silver gray


silver gray

silver gray ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. a light brownish-gray.

Origin of silver gray First recorded in 1600–10 Related formssil·ver-gray, adjective Examples from the Web for silver gray Historical Examples of silver gray

  • Then it grew instantly into a tree covered with silver-gray leaves.

    Classic Myths

    Mary Catherine Judd

  • Behind him were three men in the silver-gray police uniforms.

    Starman’s Quest

    Robert Silverberg

  • The general color of the trunk at a distance is silver-gray.

    The Genus Pinus

    George Russell Shaw

  • At last he fell upon a silver-gray silk, of superlative quality.

    A Simpleton

    Charles Reade

  • She had a little spaniel in her arms and a silver-gray motorcar was awaiting her.

    Old Mole

    Gilbert Cannan

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