- adj. having hair of a dark color
“She flashed a look at the two prisoners and then at the brown-haired woman escorting them.”
“A brown-haired man stood tall in the frame, snow drifted inward, and he hung his black trench coat on the rack.”
“I went to a couple more readings, and on the last night plunked myself down next to the brown-haired man sitting two rows above the podium.”
“And their hearts flutter watching the home video of the brown-haired little girl singing You Are My Sunshine.”
“A smartly dressed, brown-haired woman joined Principal Newman at the mike.”
“Photos of the smiling, brown-haired toddler and home videos of her singing You Are My Sunshine tugged at viewers.”
“And she must tell me how Nelson had died, and I did want to know; so I went with her across the width of life from dawning boy's love for a brown-haired girl in a tam-o'-shanter back to the old sad savagery I had known.”
“The smallish, brown-haired man would show up and wail during a service.”
“The neo-fascist brown-haired guy who believes in racial purity.”
“Yes he didn't mind seeing the other women on the flight in a state of undress—especially the big-eyed brown-haired woman who'd sat across the aisle from them—but he was uncomfortable that Barbara had done so.”
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