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Synonyms for grayly

having a grey appearance


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The Western experience of communism, if you go back to the '30s and '40s, began as this heady mix of energy and good intentions, and it ended grayly and sadly in front of television screens, with people watching statues of Lenin being razed to the ground,'' said Duncan.
s air, Abeles created a host of artworks including images of food on chinaware, likenesses of lungs on sheets of glass, and, most amusingly, a set of commemorative plates on which the faces of American presidents are grayly portrayed by the thin layer of pollution.
Fifteen years later, on this drizzly July afternoon in 1988 as the sky hung grayly over mountains to the east, we were here again for a further look, crawling like three salamanders under the bushes, over and around slickmossed, decaying cull logs from the 1960s, our rubber boots mucking in jet-black organic mud.
Betty Page is a small woman, grayly blond with blue eyes and a wide, smiling mouth, and in May 1984 she had just turned 57.