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1gray(US)adjective
or chiefly Britishgrey/ˈgreɪ/
grayergraiest
1gray(US)
adjective
or chiefly British grey /ˈgreɪ/
grayergraiest
Learner's definition of GRAY  
: having a color between black and white: having a color that is like the color of smoke
: having gray hair
: lacking brightness: such as
: cloudy and dark
   b : very boring or ordinary
   c : having or showing little life or energy

— grayness

(US)or chiefly Britishgreynessnoun,[noncount]
2gray(US)noun
or chiefly Britishgrey/ˈgreɪ/
pluralgrays
2gray(US)
noun
or chiefly British grey /ˈgreɪ/
pluralgrays
Learner's definition of GRAY  
[count, noncount] : a color that is between black and white: a color that is like the color of smoke
— see color picture on this page
[count] : something (such as an animal) that is gray

— grayish

(US)or chiefly Britishgreyish/ˈgrejɪʃ/adjective
3gray(US)verb
or chiefly Britishgrey/ˈgreɪ/
graysgrayedgraying
3gray(US)
verb
or chiefly British grey /ˈgreɪ/
graysgrayedgraying
Learner's definition of GRAY  
[no object]
: to become gray
: to become older
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