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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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.
Thick, grayish-white nimbi hung silently on what seemed to be a blank canvas that the gods used to paint their emotions-gray for anger, blue for happiness, orange, purple, or pink when they felt a little peppy, or sleepy.
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.
Macroscopically the specimen was firm to hard, calcified in its central portion, measuring, 1 x 1 cm and was grayish-white in color.
Total 25 calves examined had clinical lesions of ringworm, which were circular, circumscribed, grayish-white areas of skin with an ash like surface, crusty raised lesions (Fig.
Confirming a diagnosis of BV is based on the presence of at least three of four characteristics as established by Amsel: 1) grayish-white discharge; 2) positive "whiff' test (a drop of 10% KOH + a sample of vaginal fluid generates a strong fish-like odor); 3) pH is greater than 4.
They give to the water a sort of grayish-white appearance.
Sclerosing encapsulating peritonitis (SEP), also known as abdominal cocoon, was first described in 1907 by Owtschinnikow and characterized by a thick grayish-white fibrotic membrane, partially or totally encasing the small bowel.
Inside the school, bank employees painted the family resources room and a lounge for teachers, turning the drab grayish-white walls an inviting soft yellow.