• (noun): English poet best known for his elegy written in a country church-yard (1716-1771).
    Synonyms: Thomas Gray
    See also — Additional definitions below

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More definitions of "gray":

  • (noun): American navigator who twice circumnavigated the globe and who discovered the Columbia River (1755-1806).
    Synonyms: Robert Gray
  • (noun): Gray clothing.
    Example: "He was dressed in gray"
    Synonyms: grey
  • (noun): Any organization or party whose uniforms or badges are gray.
    Example: "The Confederate army was a vast gray"
    Synonyms: grey
  • (noun): Horse of a light grey or whitish color.
  • (adj): Used to signify the Confederate forces in the Civil War (who wore gray uniforms).
    Example: "A stalwart gray figure"
    Synonyms: grey
  • (adj): Darkened with overcast.
    Example: "A gray rainy afternoon"; "gray clouds"
    Synonyms: dull, grey, leaden
  • (noun): A neutral achromatic color midway between white and black.
    Synonyms: grayness, grey, greyness
  • (noun): United States botanist who specialized in North American flora and who was an early supporter of Darwin's theories of evolution (1810-1888).
    Synonyms: Asa Gray
  • (adj): Intermediate in character or position.
    Example: "A gray area between clearly legal and strictly illegal"
    Synonyms: grey
  • (verb): Turn gray.
    Example: "Her hair began to gray"
    Synonyms: grey
  • (adj): An achromatic color of any lightness between the extremes of black and white.
    Example: "Gray flannel suit"; "hair just turning gray"
    Synonyms: grey, grayish, greyish
  • (verb): Make gray.
    Synonyms: grey

Famous quotes containing the word gray:

    Life stood on the top stair a moment
    Waved her last gray slander down the stair,
    I will not forget her absent eyes
    Her other smile like one rose
    Falling, falling everywhere....
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)

    Far from the sun and summer-gale
    In thy green lap was Nature’s Darling laid,
    What time, where lucid Avon stray’d,
    To him the mighty mother did unveil
    Her awful face:
    —Thomas Gray (1716–1771)

    One way to do it might be by making the scenery penetrate the automobile. A polished black sedan was a good subject, especially if parked at the intersection of a tree-bordered street and one of those heavyish spring skies whose bloated gray clouds and amoeba-shaped blotches of blue seem more physical than the reticent elms and effusive pavement. Now break the body of the car into separate curves and panels; then put it together in terms of reflections.
    Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)