Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Ground of middle yellow, grayed with slight addition of the red and green.

Vase of purple-red, and background in lighter yellow-red, grayed.

Some appropriate design, in a grayed color, may be put on with stencil if desired.

Ann looked up at him, meeting fairly a pair of keen eyes, grayed into coldness by an excitement that his manner did not betray.

His hair had been lighter than Gideon's, and though now not so plentiful, had grayed less noticeably.

Mrs. Witherspoon was talking to a woman whose hair had been grayed and who appeared to enjoy the distinction of being an invalid.

Weather boarding warp and twist and turn, grayed by the wash of years, by reason of their antiquity.

He stooped down and took her grayed head in his hands as she looked up at him.

They left these traps open and unset till they were grayed with age and smelt no more of man.

He put back the grayed hair from the forehead; little Tom had such a brow,—broad, quiet, melancholy.