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Related to grayish-brown: grey-brown
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Adj.1.grayish-brown - of brown tinged with grey
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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The Nome King laughed until he choked; and he choked until he coughed; and he coughed until his face turned from grayish-brown to bright red.
I was especially struck by the speculum, which was grayish-brown, instead of the normal blue.
The mourning dove is a medium-size bird with a delicate black bill, long pointed white tipped tail, and rather soft, grayish-brown and buff coloration.
Their fur on the back and sides is more reddish than grayish-brown, is not as soft, and appears rougher.
The sediments comprise brown to grayish-brown, fine, medium to coarse-grained sandstones with pebbles and large-scale cross stratifications, brown mudstones, and embedded conglomerates (Dennell, 2008; Dennell et al.
Melasma is a dysfunction of pigmentary system, resulting in an irregular brown or grayish-brown facial hypermelanosis.
Goodnight Beirut" appears to depict the city's seaport at sunset, with warm hues of orange, yellow and red, undeniably tinged with the overpopulated city's grayish-brown clouds.
It also revealed that the grayish-brown discoloration on used pads (discoloration manufacturers claim is from toxins) can be replicated by moistening the pads with steam from boiling water.
Korean native chicken has several plumage colors (White, Black, Yellowish-brown, Grayish-brown, Reddish-brown), but all have a single comb, and their shin has brown, dark green or black colors.
About a half-mile later, we were sorting through a mixed flock of birds when a small, grayish-brown bird popped into view.
Winter: mostly grayish-brown, with white throat and belly, gray bill and brown eyes.
In the lower right corner curled grayish-brown forms occur; above, in the upper right, abstract forms with a tooth-like edge appear to be hanging downwards from the top of the painting.