Definition of Grayness

1. Noun. A neutral achromatic color midway between white and black.




Definition of Grayness

1. n. The quality of being gray.

Definition of Grayness

1. Noun. The state of being gray ¹

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Definition of Grayness

1. the state of being gray [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Grayness

grayite
graylag
graylags
grayle
grayles
grayline
grayling
graylings
graylist
graylisted
graylisting
graylists
grayly
graymail
graymails
grayness (current term)
graynesses
grayout
grayouts
grays
grayscale
grayscaled
grayscales
grayscaling
grayslick
graystone
graystones
graywacke
graywackes
graywater

Literary usage of Grayness

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1. The Care of the Skin and Hair by William Allen Pusey (1912)
"grayness (Canities) There is a natural tendency for the hair to turn ... The degree and the age of occurrence of grayness are largely matters of heredity. ..."

2. A Treatise on diseases of the skin for advanced students and practitioners by Henry Weightman Stelwagon (1916)
"grayness of the hair; Gray hair; Whiteness of the hair; Atrophy of the hair ... Congenital grayness is somewhat rare, and almost invariably is observed ..."

3. The Principles and Practice of Dermatology by William Allen Pusey (1917)
"This is seen in rare instances where grayness takes place in the area of ... grayness resulting from nerve lesions or leuko- derma or alopecia areata may be ..."

4. Materials for the Physical Anthropology of the Eastern European Jews by Maurice Fishberg (1907)
"If grayness occurs before that time, it is considered premature; otherwise it is ... Weissenberg thinks that grayness appears quite early in Jews, ..."

5. Memoirs of the American Anthropological and Ethnological Societies by American Ethnological Society, American Anthropological Association (1907)
"If grayness occurs before that time, it is considered premature; otherwise it is ... We have noted grayness in 161 individuals over 20 years of age, ..."

6. An Introduction to Psychology by Mary Whiton Calkins (1914)
"But now, for some reason, the grayness of the Aspire draws my attention; ... Finally, however, I am conscious of the grayness as a part of the spire, ..."

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