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Sunday Word: Grizzled

griz·zled [ˈɡrizəld]:
origin: (1350-1400) Middle English; Old French grisel or German gris= grey.

adjective [verb or noun, grizzle]

Adjective: Partly or streaked with gray; grayish; worn; experienced; old.

Verb: 1. to complain or whine, 2. A sneer, mocking grin or laugh.

Noun: a (gray or silver) wig.

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