The Collaborative International Dictionary
charcoal-gray \charcoal-gray\ charcoal-grey \charcoal-grey\adj. very dark gray.
Usage examples of "charcoal-gray".
They wore charcoal-gray uniforms, shoulder boards that made them seem even wider, and big disruptors in belt holsters.
They were still wearing their name tags, clipped to the lapels of identical charcoal-gray suits.
She had on a long skirt, which was a dark charcoal-gray, and a crewneck cashmere sweater of salamandrine-orange, an almost tropical pastel color, similar to that pink cashmere cardigan she’d been wearing when Eddie first met her— the sweater that he’d been so obsessed with, until his mother gave it away to some faculty wife.
He wore no hat and his blond hair was wildly tousled by the wind, making a strange contrast to his crisply starched shirt, red silk cravat, charcoal-gray Beau Brummel suit with black velvet col.
He wore no hat and his blond hair was wildly tousled by the wind, making a strange contrast to his crisply starched shirt, red silk cravat, charcoal-gray Beau Brummel suit with black velvet collar and cuffs, and shining jockey boots.
She wore a sedate evening dress in some silky charcoal-gray fabric, but she was happily handing off a pair of dirty garden gloves to Pym.
The corridor had windows high up, right near the ceiling, and when she looked up she saw heavy, charcoal-gray clouds bulging overhead.
Hiro is now navigating down a grainy, charcoal-gray avenue of water lined with grainy, light gray pontoon bridges tied up to crisp neon-green barges and ships that glow reddishly from place to place, wherever they are generating heat, It's not pretty.
Hes wearing a nice charcoal-gray suit and a narrow dark green tie with a rainbow trout tie clip.