Grey (British English) or gray (American English) is an intermediate colour
between black and ... Grey is the dominant spelling in European and
Commonwealth English, although .... There are only two...
Have you often wondered "Am I spelling g-r-e-y correctly...or is it g-r-a-y?". How
do you spell the ... There are two acceptable spellings. Gray is used primarily in ...
Gray and grey are different spellings of the same word, and both are used ...
There is nothing wrong with these preferences, but they are not borne out in
Jun 10, 2015 ... rather UNUSUAL… don't know why there are two spellings! ..... There is no
difference in meaning between 'grey' and 'grey'. They are just ...
There is no demonstrable difference of sense or function between them, meaning
... If someone's last name is “Grey,” you cannot spell it “Gray” and have that be ...
Nov 28, 2016 ... Gray is the American spelling of GREY - that's it! ... If Brit English and American
English were two different languages, i would not hav been able to find my way
.... There were headaches, so it was changed it to a uniform one.
Sep 3, 2013 ... gray or grey Have you ever wondered why you see gray spelled two different
ways? Grey is the preferred spelling in British English, but gray is ...
There is notable leniency with the spelling of grey and gray. Grey is an accepted
variant in the US, and gray is becoming increasingly popular outside the US.
Nov 22, 2010 ... Or is there any? ... The British National Corpus has 5445 cites for grey and 1092
cites for gray. ... The gap between the two spellings was important during WWII,
then was really narrow, and finally it has been widening since ...
1a : of the color grayb : tending toward gray <blue-gray eyes>c : dull in color. 2 :
having the hair gray : hoary. 3 : clothed in gray. 4a : lacking cheer or brightness ...