Definition of graymail in English:

graymail

Syllabification: gray·mail
Pronunciation: /ˈgrāˌmāl/

Entry from US English dictionary

noun

  • A tactic used by the defense in a spy trial, involving the threat to expose government secrets unless charges against the defendant are dropped.

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