steel-grey


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steel-grey

[ˌstiːlˈgreɪ] ADJgris metálico
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She was formal in manner, and made calls in rustling, steel-grey brocades and a tall bonnet with bristling aigrettes.
That's how that steel-grey man called the greatest mystery of the universe.
Astley to receive visitors; but, as soon as he learnt that it was I who had arrived, he came out into the corridor to meet me, and stood looking at me in silence with his steel-grey eyes as he waited to hear what I had to say.
Among the clothes singled out for praise was a steel-grey dress and jacket by Karl Rehse, of Karl Ludwig Couture in London.
Dubbed the 'Iron Lady' due to her steel-grey coat and gutsy racing style, she capped a fine season with her eighth Grade 1 success before being named US horse of the year.
Steel-grey in colour they eat new tips, buds and flowers of most trees native to Australia.
Jason, who is 6ft 1in and has piercing steel-grey eyes, was chosen from hundreds of other actors who auditioned for the part of the constable.
A lean 65-year-old with wiry steel-grey hair, Laws walked from the Sydney court into a throng of news crews, a small group of supporters and detractors, one of whom yelled: 'Fifteen months suspended, that's a farce.
Even if they still had to walk it's unlikely they'd suffer from cold feet - those steel-grey winters when the world stayed frozen for weeks are alas, gone forever.