Definition of Greyness

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




Definition of Greyness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being grey. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Greyness

1. grayness [n -ES] - See also: grayness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Greyness

greyings
greyish
greyish brown
greyishly
greyishness
greylag
greylag-goose
greylag goose
greylags
greyline
greylist
greylisted
greylisting
greylists
greyly
greyness (current term)
greynesses
greys
greyscale
greyscaled
greyscales
greyscaling
greystone
greywacke
greywackes
greywater
greywaters
gri-gri
gribble
gribbles

Literary usage of Greyness

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1. The Care of the Body by Francis Cavanagh (1907)
"greyness means vacuoles—Metchnikoff and " chromo- phages"—Patent preparations—Metallic solutions the worst—Paraffin—The X-rays. Washing the head—Military ..."

2. The Bookman (1910)
"From the opening paragraph, one gets an all pervading sense of greyness that harmonises with the patient fatalism of a primitive fisher folk—the greyness of ..."

3. A practical treatise on brewing, and on storing of beer by William Black (1835)
"OF greyness IN BEER. I HAVE never as yet been able to ascertain with certainty, from what cause greyness generally proceeds. My opinion, however, is, ..."

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