Definition of Oxford-gray

1. Adjective. Of a dark shade of grey.

Exact synonyms: Dark-gray, Dark-grey, Oxford-grey
Similar to: Achromatic, Neutral



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Oxford-gray

oxers
oxes
oxetane
oxetanes
oxetose
oxetoses
oxeye
oxeye daisies
oxeye daisy
oxeyed
oxeyes
oxfendazole
oxflies
oxfly
oxford
oxford-gray (current term)
oxford-grey
oxford gray
oxford grey
oxfords
oxgang
oxgangs
oxgate
oxgates
oxgoad
oxgoads
oxhead
oxheads
oxheal
oxheart

Literary usage of Oxford-gray

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1. The Irish Quarterly Review (1851)
"caught a glimpse, over the green calico window-blind, of the small, oxford-gray figure of the Rev. Mark Sweeny, seated at a sort of compromise between a ..."

2. Report of the Annual Meeting (1833)
"George, BD Magdalen College, Oxford. Gray, John Edward, FRS British Museum, London. *Gray, Jonathan, VP Yorkshire Philosophical Society, York. ..."

3. The Celtic Records and Historic Literature of Ireland by John Thomas Gilbert (1861)
"caught a glimpse, over the green calico window-blind, of the small, oxford-gray figure of the Rev. Mark Sweeny, seated at a sort of compromise between a ..."

4. The Cumulative Book Index by H.W. Wilson Company (1911)
"Oxford. Gray. T: Poems published in 1768. Oxford library of translations. '$1. Oxford. Apuleius. !.. Metamorphoses. 2v. Lucretius. On the nature of tilings. ..."

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