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What is another word for Grey?

389 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ɡ_ɹ_ˈeɪ], [ɡɹˈe͡ɪ], [ɡɹˈe‍ɪ]
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Synonyms for Grey:

Grey (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Grey:

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

Quotes for Grey:

  1. Lawyers are predators in grey worsted. Tom Holt.
  2. All cats are grey in the dark. Thomas Lodge.
  3. Grave was the man in years, in looks, in word, his locks were grey yet was his courage green. Torquato Tasso.

Idioms of Grey:

  1. grey matter;
  2. the men in grey suits;
  3. a grey area;

Adjectives for Grey:

  • famous, renowned,
  • soft, neutral,
  • rackety old,
  • your old,
  • wise and worthy,
  • damned sure,
  • great and mighty,
  • busy little,
  • few more,
  • wise,
  • soft,
  • famous,
  • great,
  • cheery, unselfish,
  • always queer and mysterious,
  • cheery, healthful,
  • unscrupulous general,
  • thy scant,
  • always queer,
  • few genteel,
  • poor general,
  • great chief,
  • terrible old,
  • faithful old,
  • great old,
  • much better,
  • dear little,
  • dear old,
  • mysterious,
  • lead coloured,
  • poor old,
  • nondescript juvenile,
  • second belgian,
  • good general,
  • quaint old,
  • cheery,
  • british general.
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