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grizzled

[griz-uhld]
adjective
1.
having gray or partly gray hair.
2.
gray or partly gray.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English. See grizzle1, -ed3

ungrizzled, adjective

grisly, gristly, grizzled, grizzly.
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grizzled (ˈɡrɪzəld)
 
adj
1.  streaked or mixed with grey; grizzly; griseous
2.  having grey or partly grey hair

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Word Origin & History

grizzled
"gray," 1319, from O.Fr. grisel, dim. of gris "gray," from a Frank. source (cf. O.H.G. gris "gray"). The -zz- spelling is c.1425. Grizzly is 1594; grizzly bear (ursus horribilis) is first recorded 1807, but belongs rather to grisly.
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Grizzled definition


party-coloured, as goats (Gen. 31:10, 12), horses (Zech. 6:3, 6).

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