stone-gray


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Adj.1.stone-gray - of the color of slate or granite; "the slaty sky of dawn"
achromatic, neutral - having no hue; "neutral colors like black or white"
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LESS THAN A MINUTE AND Erich Kohler has shrugged on his stone-gray military greatcoat, shaken off the delicate entanglement of bird bones that are that frightening nurse's frightening hand, cut through the bright nightmare of flowers and flags, the monstrously flourishing courtyard, and erupted onto the street.
(Oregon City, Ore.) President & General Manager Mitchell Moore, set out on a great Western adventure, spying the stone-gray Pacific for the first time from the mouth of the Columbia.
Less colorful yet still interesting are the walled villages of ancient Chinese clans, whose descendants still live within the drab stone-gray walls and narrow passageways.