English to Malay Meaning :: grizzled

Grizzled :
kelabu
- kelabukelabu
 
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Verb(1) be in a huff; be silent or sullen(2) complain whiningly
Adjective(1) having dark hairs mixed with grey or white

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(1) One man is rather grey and grizzled , with whiskers poking quite a way out of his brow.(2) Mr. Olaster, a tall man with grizzled hair, looked over his glasses disapprovingly as she slipped into her seat near the door.(3) It was a decidedly mixed crowd, with younger metal fans standing alongside grizzled concert veterans and mortgage-paying daddies.(4) Mathin was a tall melancholy man with a grizzled grey beard and little hair.(5) Silver winked in the man's grizzled brown hair and in the stubble that grew on his cheekbones.(6) Her grizzled hair stuck out from beneath a patched and tattered hat, which Hazel was almost certain the woman had knit herself.(7) He was short and grizzled and somewhat round in the belly - he did not seem at all the threatening type.(8) He smiled, showing surprisingly white teeth from such a grizzled , unshaven face.(9) Though Mark Hughes is grizzled , nothing of his career has been grey.(10) ÔÇÿNever heard'a her,ÔÇÖ said a grizzled man with a dusty grey beard.(11) His shaggy mane of grizzled grey hair was in desperate need of a wash and a trim.(12) The 35-year-old Scouser is greying and grizzled .(13) Although the largest single group is made of grizzled white men, there was a black father with two happy young kids, some twenty-something Spanish student-types and well-dressed working people.(14) Like a grizzled old investigative reporter once told me: It's not the stuff they try to hide that's the real scandal; it's the stuff they think they can get away with right out in the open.(15) Baron Morgan, a grizzled old warrior with iron-grey hair, rose from his seat indignantly.(16) Farther along the wharf we find a small fleet of fishing boats bobbing in a slick of diesel, their grizzled crews eyeing us suspiciously.
Related Words
(1) grizzle ::
berwarna kelabu
Synonyms
Adjective
1. gray ::
kelabu
3. silver ::
perak
4. silvery ::
perak
5. snowy ::
bersalji
6. white ::
putih
7. salt-and-pepper ::
garam dan lada
8. gray-haired ::
berambut kelabu
9. hoary ::
tua beruban
Verb
10. stew ::
rebus
11. brood ::
brood
Different Forms
grizzled
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