battleship gray

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battleship gray

n.
A medium shade of gray.

bat′tle·ship-gray′ adj.
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In McLaughlin's hands, the logo, painted in off white, raspberry pink, and forest green and set against a battleship-gray backdrop, commands central attention even as the letters forming it are garbled and indistinct.
His expedition took him from the equipment beside his couch to a battleship-gray junction box on a telephone pole behind his apartment building and beyond.
Parkway, as an appreciative Kia driver passed Bill and Maureen Marks of Reedsport, zipping along in their classic, battleship-gray Buick.
In Casino Royale, author Ian Fleming wrote that 007 was so enamored of his battleship-gray Bentley that he drove it "with an almost sensual pleasure."
A thin film of moisture, residue from the nearby river, covered the battleship-gray walls.
Button rifled with the 1:10 twist standard for a .270 bore, my barrel wears a battleship-gray finish.
The Full Double Door Cabinet ($99.99) measures 72" high x 36" wide x 18" deep and has four shelf layers with a total capacity of 690 pounds--for instance, more than 50 one-gallon paint cans-tucked neatly behind battleship-gray doors, out of sight, but readily available.
Throughout the gallery stood several other chairs and stools, all upholstered in the same battleship-gray fabric and likewise featuring images of letters addressed to Rottenberg, some hectoring and even threatening, others congratulatory.
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