Graying in a sentence

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Description of informant: Small, emaciated, slightly graying, very thin kinky hair, tightly braided in small pigtails.
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His hair was graying at the temples, and his handsome face looked cool and efficient.
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Presently, scraping, ducking, chuckling, the old darky appeared with his boots and uniform, everything dry and fairly clean; and he dressed by lantern light, buckled his belt, drew on his gloves, settled his forage cap, and followed the old man out into the graying dawn.
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So she slept till the stars faded, then, awaking, lifted her head, bewildered, drawing her hand from his; and saw the dawn graying his face where he sat beside her.
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Locks of graying hair straggled from beneath her disarranged white cap, and she glared at me from a lean, sallow face with a pair of terrified eyes.
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Wilson's men were on watch outside in the graying darkness, but often Friday supplemented them, going to the door, staring down to the beach of the bordering lake, staring up to the skies, staring at the black and murmurous flanks of the jungle-staring, scowling and returning to sit and look gloomily at the floor.
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She saw a woman standing there-another hard-faced Earthwoman, with a starched, white cap perched on her graying hair.
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The darkness of early morn was soon succeeded by the graying dawn, and Phil felt a certain sense of relief as he realized that day was breaking.
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Galen was an older man than Pertinax, who was already graying at the temples.
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All these appear on the esplanade, where graying lime trees are also in assembly.
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Although it had crept only a little way down from the horizon, the wondering boy could discern its progress plainly among the dark masses of seaweed that blotched the graying water.
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His glowing skull, more dark brown than ebony, with fringes of graying short hair emphasized the usually jovial face that was described as a cross between rolly-polly and bulbous.
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This Miss Briggs did with the graying of the dawn, after a night of peaceful rest, while Grace and Hippy kept guard over the camp.
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But Dill, now-" Roscoe Orlando Gibbons ran his fingers through his graying whiskers and waited for Jeremiah's belated observation.
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He moved out of the shadow, walking rapidly toward the graying east.
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His face was keen and somewhat lined under a smooth crest of slightly graying hair; he smiled very rarely, but there was a certain kindliness in his gray eyes, when Nina or Ward or his wife turned to him, that Harriet liked.
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The night was graying by this time, so that objects might be made out dimly.
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A door leading from a room at his left opened and admitted a tall man with graying hair.
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Examples of Graying

Example #1
Community and religious activities: none. 9.
Example #2
Special skills and interests: none. 8.
Example #3
Malloy waved him to a seat.
Example #4
It's probably one of the most important jobs you'll ever have in your life.
Example #5
They gave him some fresh light bread and a basin of coffee; he finished and waited, teeth biting the stem of his empty pipe for which he had no tobacco. Surgeons, assistant surgeons, contract physicians, ward-masters, nurses, passed and re-passed; stretchers filed into the dead house; coffins were being unloaded and piled under a shed; a constant stream of people entered and left the apothecary's office; the Division Medical Director's premises were besieged.
Example #6
Ambulances continually drove up or departed; files of sick and wounded, able to move without assistance, stood in line, patient, uncomplaining men, bloody, ragged, coughing, burning with fever, weakened for lack of nourishment; many crusted with filth and sometimes with vermin, humbly awaiting the disposition of their battered, half-dead bodies. . . .