grey

adjective

less common spelling of

  1. 1a :  of the color grayb :  tending toward gray blue-gray eyesc :  dull in color

  2. 2 :  having the hair gray :  hoary

  3. 3 :  clothed in gray

  4. 4a :  lacking cheer or brightness in mood, outlook, style, or flavor; also :  dismal, gloomy a gray dayb :  prosaically ordinary :  dull, uninteresting the boring, gray dullness of government — P. J. O'Rourke

  5. 5 :  having an intermediate and often vaguely defined position, condition, or character an ethically gray area


Grey

play
biographical name \ˈgrā\

Definition of Grey

  1. 2nd Earl 1764–1845 Charles Grey English statesman; prime minister (1830–34)


Grey

biographical name

Definition of Grey

  1. Sir Edward 1862–1933 Viscount Grey of Fal*lo*don play \ˈfa-lə-dən\ English politician


Grey

biographical name

Definition of Grey

  1. Lady Jane 1537–1554 titular queen of England for 9 days


Grey

biographical name

Definition of Grey

  1. Zane 1875–1939 American novelist



GREY Defined for Kids

grey

Definition of grey for Students

  1. variant of gray


Medical Dictionary

grey, greyout

Medical Definition of grey

chiefly British variant of gray, grayout

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