Definition of salt-and-pepper in English:

salt-and-pepper

Syllabification: salt-and-pep·per

adjective

Flecked or speckled with intermingled dark and light shades: his salt-and-pepper hair
More example sentences
  • Vincent's appearance also represents something of a departure for Cruise, with his steel grey hair and salt-and-pepper stubbled face.
  • He has a full head of salt-and-pepper hair, wire-rim glasses and a warm smile.
  • Quite a few people look much better with salt-and-pepper hair than they did with color.

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