iron-gray


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Synonyms for iron-gray

the color of freshly broken cast iron

of the grey color of iron

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His hair was iron-gray, carefully brushed round at the temples.
Here they found the farmer, an iron-gray old man, with a bushy eyebrow and strong aquiline nose, busied in one of his vocations.
Churchyard mould," said the old iron-gray man, with another chuckle.
His manners, she thought, were very dignified; the set of his iron-gray hair and his deep eye-sockets made him resemble the portrait of Locke.
Andrea Cavalcanti found his tilbury waiting at the door; the groom, in every respect a caricature of the English fashion, was standing on tiptoe to hold a large iron-gray horse.
A good-looking, well-built, iron-gray, iron-jawed man; but a fool and a weakling at that moment, if he had never been either before.
It was Lord Ernest Belville; his close-cropped, iron-gray moustache gleamed through the darkness, drawn up over his set teeth.
A good part of the whispering had been occasioned by an event which was more or less rare -- the entrance of visitors: lawyer Thatcher, accompanied by a very feeble and aged man; a fine, portly, middle-aged gentle- man with iron-gray hair; and a dignified lady who was doubtless the latter's wife.
Stocky and short, with wavy, iron-gray hair, Shlomo dispensed homilies about the LandHa-aretz, the Holy Landand reprimanded anyone caught speaking even a few words of English.
Though the main story is set during chilly November weather in the north and south--sharply caught in iron-gray colors by d.