Grey or gray is an intermediate color between black and white, a neutral or achromatic color, meaning literally a color "without color." It is the color of a cloud-covered sky, of ash and of lead.

In Europe and America, grey is the color most frequently associated with the elderly, humility, reflection, boredom, dullness, uncertainty, and indifference.

Read more about Greyish:  Grey or gray, Etymology, Variations of Grey, Associations and Symbolism of Grey

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Ypthima Huebneri - Description - Wet-season Form
... Upperside greyish brown ... Underside greyish white, not very densely covered with transverse short brown striae ... Antenna, head, thorax and abdomen greyish brown, the abdomen paler beneath ...
Cyrestis Cocles - Description
... side of the white band up to the base and on the outer side to the termen more or less greyish brown, traversed by slender sinuous black lines and broader ochraceous-brown lines, the black lines outwardly very ... less faintly seen through by transparency the transverse postdiscal lino of greyish ocelli the most prominent, often centred with black ... Antenna dull brown, head, thorax and abdomen pale greyish brown, the latter two with white lateral longitudinal bands beneath white ...
Zeuxippus Pallidus - Description
... On the sides there are greyish-white, long hairs ... The abdomen is greyish orange-brown with orange markings and light transverse streaks towards the rear ... except for the first pair, which is very hairy with long greyish-white and orange-brown hairs ...
Greyish Eagle-Owl
... The Greyish Eagle-Owl or Vermiculated Eagle-owl (Bubo cinerascens) is a rather large owl of Africa ... Like the Spotted Eagle-Owl, the Greyish Eagle-Owl has mottled dark brown, buff, and white upperparts and finely barred (vermiculated) underparts giving a greyish-brown appearance ...