Definition of 'gray'
Example sentences containing 'gray'
Christianity Today (2000) THE WOLF AND THE DOVE THE WOLF AND THE DOVE THE WOLF AND THE DOVE A Short Guide to Writing About Science (1995) THE WOLF AND THE DOVE THE WOLF AND THE DOVE
Aislinn froze as his steely gray eyes pierced her.THE WOLF AND THE DOVE THE WOLF AND THE DOVE
Wulfgar's gray eyes pierced the man.THE WOLF AND THE DOVE
By the spring of 1864 he had risen through the ranks to first sergeant and his hair had turned gray.The American Nation: A History of the United States to 1877 (1995) THROWING THE ELEPHANT (2002)
With a gasp she rose against him, her eyes widening and staring in amazement into the gray ones bent upon her.THE WOLF AND THE DOVE Daniel Deronda (1876) The Other Side of Me Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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