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gray market a market operating outside of normal channels, as in imports or babies available for adoption.
gray matter the grayish nerve tissue of the brain and spinal cord, consisting largely of nerve cells and fibers. (Cf. white matter.) [2 definitions]
gray squirrel any of various common squirrels that have gray fur and are native to North America.
graywater wastewater from sinks, showers, bathtubs, and washing machines, esp. when such water is recycled as for use in gardening or for flushing toilets.
gray whale a medium-sized mostly gray or black whalebone whale of the North Pacific.
gray wolf a large grayish wolf that hunts in packs, formerly common in North America; timber wolf.
graze1 to feed on growing grass and herbage, as cattle and horses. [4 definitions]
graze2 to touch or brush lightly in passing. [5 definitions]
grazing land on which to graze; pasture. [2 definitions]
grazioso in a graceful, elegant manner (used as a musical direction).
GRE abbreviation of "Graduate Record Examination."
grease a semisolid oily substance, often used as a lubricant. [4 definitions]
grease cup a lubricant container mounted over a bearing.
greaseless combined form of grease.
grease monkey (slang) a mechanic, esp. one who works on cars or airplanes.
grease paint theatrical makeup that is a mixture of grease and a pigment, used by clowns, stage actors, and the like.
grease pencil a pencil made of compressed grease mixed with pigment, usu. wrapped in paper that unwinds in a spiral to expose the tip, used esp. to write on slick surfaces.
greaser one that greases. [3 definitions]
grease someone's palm (informal) to give money to someone, usu. as a bribe.
greasewood a thorny shrub native to western North America that contains a small amount of oil and is often used for fuel. [2 definitions]
greasy covered with grease, as clothes or machine parts. [3 definitions]