dapple-gray

NOUN
  1. grey with a mottled pattern of darker grey markings
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How To Use dapple-gray In A Sentence

  • Kaden laughed, patting the large dapple-gray warmblood who attempted to do just as Guinivere had suggested, ‘Not old McCartney!’
  • My father, yielding to my entreaties, has given me the prettiest turnout in Paris — two dapple-gray horses and a barouche, which is a masterpiece of elegance. Letters of Two Brides
  • What sodden indistinction just an hour ago had all but persuaded us not to regret resumes its first divisions: slate from cinder, ash from smoke, warm dapple-gray from moleskin, dove - from Varenna
  • What sodden indistinction just an hour ago had all but persuaded us not to regret resumes its first divisions: slate from cinder, ash from smoke, warm dapple-gray from moleskin, dove - from Varenna
  • She was a dapple-gray, almost blue where the coat was dark and a pale gray where it was light. THE WOLF AND THE DOVE
  • My father, yielding to my entreaties, has given me the prettiest turnout in Paris -- two dapple-gray horses and a barouche, which is a masterpiece of elegance. Letters of Two Brides
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