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[ɡɹˈe͡ɪ], [ɡɹˈe‍ɪ], [ɡ_ɹ_ˈeɪ]

Synonyms for Gray:

gray (adjective)

ashen, battleship-gray, dapple-gray, dingy, drab, dreary, dull, gloomy, grizzled, gun metal, iron-gray, lead-gray, leaden, mole-gray, mousy, neutral-tint, pearl-gray, pearly, salt-and-pepper, silvery, smoky, somber, taupe.

grayness (noun)

ashiness, dapple-grayness, dinginess, drabness, dreariness, dullness, gloominess, grayness, iron-grayness, leadenness, mousiness, pearliness, silveriness, smokiness, somberness.

Other synonyms and related words:

Asa Gray, Caducity, Cimmerian, Grey, Palmer, Plutonian, Robert Gray, Second Earl Grey, Skewbald, Thomas Gray, Whey-faced, abbot, achromatic, achromatic color, achromatic colour, achromic, acier, adult, advanced, advanced age, advanced in life, advanced in years, age, aged, aging, alabaster, along in years, amber, amethyst, amphibian, anaemic, ancient, anemic, anile, anility, animal, antiquated, antique, apricot, aqua, aquamarine, arachnid, argentine, arthropod, ash, ash gray, ashy, auburn, audacter et sincere, avocado, awkward, azure, baby blue, bank, baron, bay, bayard, be all over, be up with, beadsman, bear, beast, become grey, become old, beige, benumb, best man, better half, billow, biped, biscuit, black, blacken, blackish, blackness, bleach, bleak, bled white, bleed, blond, bloodless, blue, blue-eyed, bluish, blunt, blur, boring, botanist, bride, bridegroom, bridesmaid, bridesman, brighten, bronze, brown, brunette, buckskin, buff, cadaverous, calico pony, canescence, canescent, canon regular, canon secular, cenobite, change, charcoal, cheerless, chestnut, chill, chloranemic, cinereal, cinereous, cinerous, cirrocumulus, cirrostratus, cirrus, climacteric, clothes, clothing, cloud, clouded, cloudlike, cloudy, cold, color, colored, colorize, colorless, coloured, colourless, column, come to grief, comfortless, confuse, consort, conventual, critical, cumulonimbus, cumulus, dapple, dappled, dappled-gray, dark, dark and gloomy, darken, darkening, darkish, dead, deadening, deadly pale, deathly pale, decay, decline, decline of life, declining, declining years, decrepit, decrepitude, deep green, deepen, delicate, dense, depressing, depressive, desolate, destruction, difficult, dim, dimmed, dire, dirty white, discolored, discolour, disconsolate, disheartened disappointedly, dismal, distort, dotage, doting, dove, dove-colored, dove-gray, drawn, drear, drearisome, dreich, dumb, dun, dusk, dusky, dusty, effete, elder, elderly, elegiac, etiolated, exsanguinated, exsanguine, exsanguineous, eye colour, fade, faded, faint, fair, fair-haired, fall, fallow, flat, flaxen, flow, foggy, forlorn, friar, funebrial, funeral, funereal, geriatric, get old, ghastly, glaucescence, glaucescent, glaucous, glaucousness, gloomful, glowering, glum, go downhill, godforsaken, golden years, good man, good wife, goodwife, grand climacteric, grave, gray clothing, gray hairs, gray with age, gray-black, gray-brown, gray-colored, gray-drab, gray-green, gray-haired, gray-headed, gray-spotted, gray-toned, gray-white, grayed, grayish, grayishness, green, green old age, grey-haired, grey-headed, greyish, greyness, grim, griseous, grizzle, grizzly, grow old, grown old, haggard, half-tone, hang, haunt the memory, heather, helpmate, highly diluted, hoar, hoary, hoary age, hueless, humdrum, husband, hypochromic, imbecile, immemorial, impossible, in years, intermediate, intolerable, intractable, irksome, iron, iron blue, lackluster, lay brother, lead, lighten, livid, lividity, lividness, lonely, lonesome, longevity, louring, lowering, lugubrious, lurid, lusterless, man, married couple, married man, married woman, mat, mate, matronly, mealy, melancholy, mellow, mendicant, mind-numbing, miserable, mistress, monk, monochrome, monotonous, morbid, morose, mouse-colored, mouse-gray, muddy, muffled, murky, muted, navigator, neogamist, neutral, obscure, obtuse, old, old age, old lady, old man, old woman, olden, oldness, organisation, organization, over-the-hill, overcast, oyster, paint, painted pony, pale, pale as death, pale-faced, pallid, partner, passe, past one's prime, pasty, patriarchal, pearl, peppery, pewter, phytologist, piebald, pilgrim, pillarist, pinched, pinto, poet, powder, prior, recede, remote, repetitive, rib, ripe, ripe age, rise, roan, run, run to seed, rusty, sad, sallow, same, samely, saturnine, second childhood, second childishness, senectuous, senescence, senescent, senile, senility, senior, sepulchral, sere, shade, shaded, shadow, sickly, silver, silver grey, silver-gray, silvered, sink, slate, slate-colored, slatiness, slaty, slow, sluggish, smoggy, smoke-gray, sober, soberness, soft, softened, solemn, sombre, sombrous, sorrel, southern, spot, spouse, stain, steel gray, steely, stone, stone-colored, stricken in years, stylite, sullen, sully, sunless, superannuated, superannuation, swart, tallow-faced, tan, tarnish, tedious, tenebrific, tenebrous, testing, thin, thorny, time of life, time-honored, time-worn, tiresome, toneless, triste, trivial, trying, tumble-down, uncheerful, uncolored, unexciting, uninspired, uninteresting, unrelieved, vale of years, venerable, wan, waning, washed-out, waterish, wave, waxen, weak, weariful, wearisome, weary, weighted, white, white horse, white with age, white-bearded, white-crowned, white-haired, whiten, wretched, wrinkled, wrinkly, years, years old, yellow, yokemate.

Rhymes for Gray:

  1. lei, hey, prey, say, pei, stay, tray, fay, se, day, de, ley, mei, pray, ay, dray, grey, stray, may, bray, ray, fray, whey, ca, wy, bay, ne, neigh, sway, ney, yea, spray, fe, jay, trey, wei, sleigh, slay, hay, k, shay, lay, way, paye, cay, flay, fey, nay, re, j, clay, play, frey, weigh, pay;
  2. delay, cache, obey, astray, croquet, hooray, decay, halfway, beret, bombay, crochet, array, millay, defray, dismay, risque, away, cliche, bouquet, puree, display, buffet, passe, toupee, repay, ha, valet, monet, belay, parquet, da, convey, ballet, filet, manet, today, moray, replay, essay, betray, purvey, saute, allay, fillet, ga, okay, portray, sorbet, cafe, survey;
  3. disobey, attache, faberge, cabaret, disarray, cabernet, overstay, piaget, ira, dak, underway, fiance, overplay, underplay;
  4. naivete, communique, cabriolet;

Quotes for Gray:

  1. It's a hard thing to age a character because you can't really suddenly give someone gray hair. Alison Bechdel.
  2. All theory, dear friend, is gray but the golden tree of life springs ever green. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
  3. You get money out of acting. You get gray hair out of directing. Actually, I get more of a rush from directing. Tim Robbins.

Idioms of Gray:

  1. gray hair;
  2. All cats are gray in the dark;
  3. ( a) gray area;