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Grayish-brown   /grˈeɪɪʃ-braʊn/   Listen
Grayish-brown

adjective
1.
Of brown tinged with grey.  Synonyms: gray-brown, grey-brown, greyish-brown.






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"Grayish-brown" Quotes from Famous Books



... talk for a few minutes. He himself, clad in a grayish-brown suit of foreign manufacture, was looking thin and old, the slight stoop in his shoulders showing perceptibly. But he brightened up with Southern gallantry as he talked to Miss Catherwood. He seemed to find an attraction not only in her beauty and dignity, but in her opinions as well ...
— Before the Dawn - A Story of the Fall of Richmond • Joseph Alexander Altsheler



Words linked to "Grayish-brown" :   chromatic, gray-brown



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