Definition of Graylings

1. Noun. (plural of grayling) ¹



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Definition of Graylings

1. grayling [n] - See also: grayling

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Graylings

grayhen
grayhound
grayhounds
graying
grayish
grayish brown
grayishly
grayishness
grayite
graylag
graylags
grayle
grayles
grayline
grayling
graylings (current term)
graylist
graylisted
graylisting
graylists
grayly
graymail
graymails
grayness
graynesses
grayout
grayouts
grays
grayscale
grayscaled

Literary usage of Graylings

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1. Report of Meeting by ANZAAS, ANZAAS. (1903)
"Godfrey, Mrs. FR—" graylings," E. St. Kilda. Godfrey, JR, BA—c/o FR Godfrey, Esq., " graylings," E. St. Kilda. Godfrey, FR—" graylings," Alma ..."

2. A Manual of Fish-culture: Based on the Methods of the United States by United States Bureau of Fisheries, John J. Brice, Henry Frank Moore, Frederick M. Chamberlain (1900)
"The Michigan and Montana graylings rarely weigh 1.V pounds, and average only A pound; the northern species is somewhat larger. ..."

3. Favorite Fish and Fishing by James Alexander Henshall (1908)
"The graylings are closely allied to the trout family, having an adipose second dorsal fin. The eye of all graylings is peculiar, the pupil being pyriform or ..."

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