greyish-white


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Adj.1.greyish-white - of white tinged with grey
achromatic, neutral - having no hue; "neutral colors like black or white"
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Among the most common fungi are the downy mildews, characterised by a greyish-white or purplish bloom that discolour the leaves of brassica seedlings, cause lettuces to rot and onion leaves to wither.
Kepla-Coat is a plasma-chemical anodizing process producing greyish-white oxide layers in an aqueous electrolyte solution under spark discharge.
One of the major incidents they looked at was Garry Wood and Colin Wright's alleged abduction by a six-foot, greyish-white extra-terrestrial on the A70 outside Tarbrax in 1992.
They were greyish-white in colour, circular, with a dome on top and a dome underneath.
A big, greyish-white canvas with which to paint the day's action on.
Caseated lymph nodes were enlarged, hard in consistency, indurated and contained greyish-white caseous mass.
Try to pick off and squash as many of the adult beetles as you can, and also pick off the 8mm long greyish-white plump grubs.
It causes an unsightly and unappetising brown stain or appears as a fuzzy, greyish-white spot on the food.
Christine Brown, a nurse consultant, says live head lice, which are about the size of a sesame seed and range from tan to greyish-white in colour, aren't easy to see because they move very fast.