English version

greyish

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Colours
greyishgrey‧ish British English, grayish American English /ˈɡreɪ-ɪʃ/ adjective  CCslightly grey The stone was a greyish colour.
Examples from the Corpus
greyishIt is turned over and mixed in its dry state until a uniform greyish colour.Grey suit, grey hair and a greyish complexion.This greyish film can be mistaken for fungal infection.Juvenile like female but with greyish head and neck.This greenish greyish land with patches of dark trees might have been anywhere.Half in, half out of the water opposite me was a greyish mass.There were large greyish membranes on the hypopharynx and the right tonsil, which was necrotic.Plumper than Golden Plover, and distinguished especially by black axillaries, showing in flight, whitish rump and greyish upperparts.
Pictures of the day
Do you know what each of these is called?
Click on the pictures to check.