salt-and-pepper

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salt-and-pepper

[sawlt-n-pep-er]
adjective
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He keeps his salt-and-pepper hair neatly combed and, even out in the wild, manages a clean-shaven appearance every morning.
He had short salt-and-pepper hair and olive skin, with traces of burn marks on his cheeks.
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