grayish-white


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Adj.1.grayish-white - of white tinged with grey
achromatic, neutral - having no hue; "neutral colors like black or white"
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The adult louse is no bigger than a sesame seed and is grayish-white or tan.
Mayon Volcano belched out grayish to grayish-white ash plumes that rose 600 meters and 200 meters above the summit twice on Thursday morning.
Macroscopically, the mass consisted of grayish-white mass (4 cm x 3 cm x 4 cm) and grayed cystiform tissue (7.5 cm x 6.0 cm).
* Lake Michigan Sea Serpent: Between 1867 and 1890, Chicago newspapers raved over sightings of a scaled serpent 40 to 50 feet in length, very dark blue, with a grayish-white belly.
On the cut surface, a well-circumscribed, 2 cm x 1 cm x 0.8 cm grayish-white, firm tumor was seen in the center with 5millimeter (mm) surgical margins on all sides.
PEX is characterized by a grayish-white, bran-like fibrillar extracellular material in the intraocular and extraocular structures such as the pupillary flank, lens anterior capsule, iridocorneal angle, ciliary body and zonules, anterior hyaloid face, trabecular meshwork, corneal endothelium, and lid conjunctiva [1-3].
This recent show, by contrast, featured three paintings in black acrylic marker on a coat of grayish-white spackle.
Other symptoms to look for include a white or grayish-white coloring in the pupil, one eye that turns in or out, or eyes that do not track in sync together.
Caption: Axons (grayish-white strands, center) that form a signal-sending pathway in the visual system grow toward their destination in an embryonic frog brain.
The cut surface of the tumour was a solid, grayish-white nodule, containing cysts and clefts.
Miles Teller also had an all-gray suit but with the shirt in a grayish-white tone.
They're black in winter, then have spots, then are grayish-white in spring.''