slaty

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slat·y

 (slā′tē)
adj. slat·i·er, slat·i·est
1. Composed of or resembling slate.
2. Having the color of slate.

slaty

(ˈsleɪtɪ)
adj, slatier or slatiest
1. consisting of or resembling slate
2. (Colours) having the colour of slate
ˈslatiness n

slat•y

(ˈsleɪ ti)

adj. slat•i•er, slat•i•est.
1. consisting of or resembling slate.
2. having the color of slate.
[1520–30]
slat′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.slaty - of the color of slate or granite; "the slaty sky of dawn"
achromatic, neutral - having no hue; "neutral colors like black or white"
Translations

slaty

[ˈsleɪtɪ] ADJ (in appearance, texture etc) → parecido a pizarra, pizarroso; (in colour) → color pizarra

slaty

adj materialschief(e)rig; (in colour) → schieferfarben; slaty blue eyesgraublaue Augen pl
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Slatier said that when the playhouse was nearing completion, the project had cost [pounds sterling]500, which is probably an exaggeration.
Queen Anne issued a warrant on 7 March 1605/6 authorizing Robert Lee, Martin Slatier, Roger Barfield, and others of our Comedians' to play tragedies, histories, comedies, and pastorals in town halls or anywhere else in England (Chambers, ii.