any of several ducks in which certain immature or female plumages are predominantly gray, as the gadwall and the pintail.
noun 1. a person who wields unofficial power, especially through another person and often surreptitiously or privately.
[grey] /greɪ/ adjective, grayer, grayest. 1. of a color between white and black; having a neutral hue. 2. dark, dismal, or gloomy: gray skies. 3. dull, dreary, or monotonous. 4. having gray hair; gray-headed. 5. pertaining to old age; mature. 6. Informal. pertaining to, involving, or composed of older persons: gray households. 7. old or […]
- Gray fiber
gray fiber n. See unmyelinated fiber.
[grey-fish] /ˈgreɪˌfɪʃ/ noun, plural grayfishes (especially collectively) grayfish. 1. a name used in marketing for any of several American sharks, especially the dogfishes of the genus Squalus.
[greyv-rob-er] /ˈgreɪvˌrɒb ər/ noun 1. a person who steals valuables from and tombs: Graverobbers had emptied the Mayan tomb before archaeologists could examine its contents. 2. a person who steals corpses after burial, especially for medical dissection.