Definition of Oxford gray

1. Noun. A very dark grey color.

Exact synonyms: Charcoal, Charcoal Gray, Charcoal Grey, Oxford Grey
Generic synonyms: Gray, Grayness, Grey, Greyness
Derivative terms: Charcoal



Lexicographical Neighbors of Oxford Gray

oxetane
oxetanes
oxetose
oxetoses
oxeye
oxeye daisies
oxeye daisy
oxeyed
oxeyes
oxfendazole
oxflies
oxfly
oxford
oxford-gray
oxford-grey
oxford gray (current term)
oxford grey
oxfords
oxgang
oxgangs
oxgate
oxgates
oxgoad
oxgoads
oxhead
oxheads
oxheal
oxheart
oxheart cherry
oxhearts

Literary usage of Oxford gray

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Irish Quarterly Review (1851)
"caught a glimpse, over the green calico window-blind, of the small, Oxford-gray figure of the Rev. Mark Sweeny, seated at a sort of compromise between a ..."

2. Report of the Annual Meeting (1833)
"George, BD Magdalen College, Oxford. Gray, John Edward, FRS British Museum, London. *Gray, Jonathan, VP Yorkshire Philosophical Society, York. ..."

3. The Celtic Records and Historic Literature of Ireland by John Thomas Gilbert (1861)
"caught a glimpse, over the green calico window-blind, of the small, Oxford-gray figure of the Rev. Mark Sweeny, seated at a sort of compromise between a ..."

4. The Cumulative Book Index by H.W. Wilson Company (1911)
"Oxford. Gray. T: Poems published in 1768. Oxford library of translations. '$1. Oxford. Apuleius. !.. Metamorphoses. 2v. Lucretius. On the nature of tilings. ..."

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