battleship gray

noun
a subdued bluish gray.

Origin:
1825–35, Americanism

battleship-gray, adjective
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The walls and the concrete floor are battleship gray.
He took on partners, bought more vehicles and painted them battleship gray.
The standard product comes primed and ready for painting, while another version is a solid that comes in battleship gray.
It is a standard shipping container thirty to forty feet long and they are painted battleship gray to blend in.
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