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gray

gray (grey)

 
pronunciation:
greI
parts of speech:
noun, adjective, transitive verb & intransitive verb
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: the color of an overcast sky; an achromatic color between black and white.
definition 2: something that is gray in color.
similar words:
neutral
definition 3: someone who wears the color gray or a group identified by this color.
The grays are playing the reds today.
 
part of speech: adjective
inflections: grayer, grayest, greyer, greyest
definition 1: of or pertaining to the color gray.
similar words:
cloudy
definition 2: gloomy.
a gray day
similar words:
drab, overcast
definition 3: having gray hair.
definition 4: indeterminate in character.
antonyms:
black-and-white, certain
 
part of speech: transitive verb & intransitive verb
inflections: grayed, graying, grays, greyed, greying, greys
definition: to make or become gray.
derivations: grayish (greyish) (adj.), grayly (greyly) (adv.), grayness (greyness) (n.)
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  color, hair