[griz-uh l] /ˈgrɪz əl/
verb (used without object), grizzled, grizzling. British.
to complain; whimper; whine.
to laugh or grin in mockery; sneer.
to make or become grey
a grey colour
grey or partly grey hair
a grey wig
verb (intransitive) (informal, mainly Brit)
(esp of a child) to fret; whine
to sulk or grumble
“gray-colored,” early 15c., from Old French grisel (see grizzled) which also meant “gray-haired old man” (a noun sense recorded in Middle English from mid-14c.). The verb, “to make gray,” is attested from 1740.
[griz-ling] /ˈgrɪz lɪŋ/ noun, British. 1. the act of complaining or whimpering. [griz-uh l] /ˈgrɪz əl/ verb (used with or without object), grizzled, grizzling. 1. to make or become gray or partly gray. adjective 2. gray; grayish; devoid of hue. noun 3. gray or partly gray hair. 4. a gray wig. [griz-uh l] /ˈgrɪz əl/ […]
[griz-lee] /ˈgrɪz li/ adjective, grizzlier, grizzliest. 1. somewhat gray; grayish. 2. having hair that is ; gray-haired. noun, plural grizzlies. 3. . 4. a device for screening ore, consisting of a row of iron or steel bars. /ˈɡrɪzlɪ/ adjective -zlier, -zliest 1. somewhat grey; grizzled noun (pl) -zlies 2. See grizzly bear adj. 1590s, from […]
noun 1. a large North American brown bear, Ursus (arctos) horribilis, with coarse, gray-tipped brown fur, once widespread in the western part of the continent as far south as northern Mexico but now restricted to some regions of Alaska, western Canada, and the U.S. Rocky Mountains: a threatened species except in Alaska. noun 1. a […]
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