greyly


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Adv.1.greyly - having a grey appearance; "lonely creeks are opal in the dawn, sword-blue in the sun, greyly silver under misty moons"
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The interior of the kitchen we now saw greyly for the first time.
The ambulance starts up and takes Cher off across the night, and Pigeon walks away, fading greyly into the crowds of the fair, where, except for the ice-cream van, and the police around it, everything slowly begins to speed and scream again as the rides quicken and beat once more under the moving lights, sped on by brusque, tumbleweed fairmen, with cash-belts at their waists and home strapped, like this fair, to their travelling backs.
It's left me wiser, left me older, But without tanned marks shading my shoulder Summer's brightness and light is what we all love Not damp dense clouds stacked greyly above.
Like many grown women, I remember the film version of The Princess Bride from middle-school sleepovers: late-night Oreos glomming greyly on the roof of my mouth, some girl's chiffon bedspread.
ON the morning the rain came with fierce intent from swollen lakes hanging greyly in the sky, your perambulating pensioner was peering from the window in his eyrie, And, for a smiling moment, I imagined Noah was sailing down the road with a smug, told-you-so grin on his ancient face.