[greyz-bee] /ˈgreɪz bi/
noun, plural graysbies.
a serranid fish, Epinephelus cruentatus, inhabiting warm waters of the western Atlantic Ocean, having a reddish-gray body marked with vermilion spots.
noun 1. a scale of achromatic colors having several, usually ten, equal gradations ranging from white to black, used in television and photography. gray scale n. Gray-scale ultrasonography. spelling US spelling of “grey-scale”.
- Gray-scale ultrasonography
gray-scale ultrasonography n. Ultrasonography that displays small differences in an acoustical impedance as if they were different shades of gray.
noun 1. a grayish-brown sea eagle, Haliaetus albicilla, of the Old World and Greenland, having a white tail.
noun 1. a skate, Raja batis, of coastal seas off Great Britain.