slate-gray


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Adj.1.slate-gray - of the color of slate or granite; "the slaty sky of dawn"
achromatic, neutral - having no hue; "neutral colors like black or white"
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A white brick fireplace grounds the window-lined living room; the dining room opens through French doors to a trellis-shaded deck at the side of the house; and the eat-in country-style kitchen is smartly outfitted with slate-gray countertops and snow-white cabinets.
At night I smoke my pipe and stare through slate-gray smoke at maned medallions hovering shed-high, abob with frowns that seem to find the ground they've left most worthy of their cupped stares down.
Fifteen minutes later, again with the TV cameras rolling, McDermott himself pulled up in his slate-gray Land Rover, causing momentary chaos on the narrow street.
For privacy head to the fourth floor, a deliberately creepy labyrinth of mirrors, slate-gray walls, and a prison block with barred doors.