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  • EN [ ɡreɪ]
  • US [ ɡreɪ]

English definition


  • 1. any organization or party whose uniforms or badges are gray;

    • "the Confederate army was a vast gray"
  • 2. a neutral achromatic color midway between white and black

  • 3. gray clothing;

    • "he was dressed in gray"


  • 1. make gray;

    • "The painter decided to grey the sky"
  • 2. turn gray;

    • "Her hair began to gray"


  • 1. an achromatic color of any lightness between the extremes of black and white;

    • "gray flannel suit"
    • "hair just turning gray"
  • 2. showing characteristics of age, especially having gray or white hair;

    • "whose beard with age is hoar"-Coleridge
    • "nodded his hoary head"
  • 3. used to signify the Confederate forces in the Civil War (who wore gray uniforms);

    • "a stalwart gray figure"
  • 4. intermediate in character or position;

    • "a gray area between clearly legal and strictly illegal"
  • 5. darkened with overcast;

    • "a dark day"
    • "a dull sky"
    • "a gray rainy afternoon"
    • "gray clouds"
    • "the sky was leaden and thick"

Example sentences

  • The wall weathered to silvery grey.

  • May you two live together till old and grey.

  • My hair is going grey.

  • His shaggy grey hair fell loosely across his brow.

  • A grey day dawned upon the sleeping city.

  • His hair was touched with grey.

  • The grey shape resolved into a group of walkers.

  • a grey flannel suit

  • wisps of grey smoke

  • She plucked out a grey hair.

  • a silvery grey colour

  • In the city the clean white snow had turned to grey slush.

  • a thin woman with grey, straggly hair

  • streaks of grey in her hair

  • I undid the bottom two buttons of my yellow and grey shirt.

  • Grey took every opportunity to lambast Thompson and his organization.

  • Mary was wearing the same drab grey dress.

  • A grey mackintosh was folded over her arm.

  • At the moment, the law on compensation is very much a grey area.

  • As well as sprouting a few grey hairs, Kevin seems to be suffering the occasional memory loss.

  • David Fincher paints from a palette consisting almost exclusively of grey and mud brown.

  • She pushed up the sleeves of her grey knitted cardigan and got to work.

  • Nothing would grow in the shadow of the grey wall.

  • A thick grey cloud masked the sun.

  • Above on the hillside was a large, gaunt, grey house.

  • Her grey hair straggled in wisps about her face.

  • I was searching for a pair of grey gloves to go with my new gown.

  • A grey smudge appeared on the horizon. That must be Calais, thought Fay.

Synonym discrimination

  • dark, dim, black, gloomy, obscure, vague, grey

Meaning of grey

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