grayness


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Related to grayness: greyish, greyed, grayly, grayer
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The shadows grew long, and finally merged into the grayness of the mellow twilight.
On such a day the suffocating grayness of my surroundings penetrated my bones, and the words I spoke to the children fell mechanically from my lips, lifeless and without wings.
FILIPINO visual artist Raul Isidro doesn't see an absence of life from the grayness of boulders.
HOWEVER, the size of the print, and grayness of the ink being used is making reading it a chore.
"Essentially, the results indicate that for each standard deviation increase in the measured trait (anxiety and impulsitivity), the odds of being in a higher rating category of muzzle grayness increase 40 to 65 percent," says Thomas Smith, Ph.D., at the university.
They discuss issues involving common sense and truth: customer centricity; soul of business: dedication is the key to success; openness: a matter of life and death; grayness: gathering a hundred thousand intellectuals; self-criticism: a sense of fear makes greatness; change: revolution or evolution; strategy: fight with courage and wisdom; and balance: power, flexibility, and rule.
The reader can visualize the sad grayness and depressing dust of the Stilts, Mare's village, and readily understand her desire to escape a dismal future.
Those three MPs from the Diaspora cost the country dearly only to become part or to melt in the grayness of the domestic political games.
Morrison incorporates nitrate deterioration into his work's very structure, so that the washed-out, shimmery grayness of the floodlands seems to penetrate the film stock itself.
Low magnification in a telescope shows just a tiny disk of soft grayness amid the faint, pinpoint stars here.
Thirty years of Baathist grayness bequeathed a mourning period of comparable grayness, interrupted by a brief yearning that the son might bring Syria color.