- adj. of a color similar to that of wood or earth
“She still has her ballerina-thin figure and still paints cherry-red streaks through her chocolate-brown hair; the contrast is as stark as her customers 'paintings, which line the store's entrance hall and make shoppers feel smug about their own art.”
“From the outside, the building that houses Mr. Van Gelder's studio looks like any chocolate-brown suburban home—except there are no windows.”
“Dressed in chic, jewel-tone costumes with contrasting chocolate-brown accents by Mark Zappone, Mr. Wheeldon's dancers seemed eager to meet his challenges.”
“These finds have not provided all the answers—scholars still don't know why, as we see on two upturned bowls, many potters covered the base of vessels with chocolate-brown pigment.”
“Add to this list a pair of chocolate-brown, stretch cords and a pair of the same in black—great for dress-down Fridays, smart weekends and school meetings.”
“The black lacquer coffee table is covered with a piece of chocolate-brown burlap.”
“To dedicate a lifeboat in Wales, Kate wore a knee-length beige coat with chocolate-brown detailing on the pockets, cuffs and back.”
“It had four legs and a chocolate-brown body; it was a centaur.”
“It has been raining in that area for weeks, but the added rain from Emily brought the chocolate-brown L'Estere River to the edge of its bans.”
“The rivers of the Artibonite, where rural Haitians drink, bathe and wash their clothes, are flowing through a valley ringed by chocolate-brown mountains, and cholera is again raging in the region.”
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