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cinnamon-coloured

Definitions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. having the color of cinnamon

Etymologies

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Examples

  • They accessed this by means of a tunnel-like opening in the cinnamon-coloured brick buildings that comprised the housing estate itself.

    With No One as Witness

  • Tatyana Ilyinitchna Ovsyanikov was a tall woman, dignified and taciturn, always dressed in a cinnamon-coloured silk dress.

    A Sportsman's Sketches

  • Voinitsin led me up to a little man, with a high tuft of hair on his forehead and moustaches, in a cinnamon-coloured frock-coat and striped cravat.

    A Sportsman's Sketches

  • Small cinnamon-coloured cattle are to be got here, but horses there are practically none.

    Travels in West Africa

  • Dejectedly he drove, in fancy, along the glaring, treeless roads, inches deep in cinnamon-coloured dust.

    Australia Felix

  • Anton Prokofievitch Pupopuz, who goes about to this hour in his cinnamon-coloured surtout with blue sleeves and dines every Sunday with the judge, was in the habit of saying that the Devil himself had bound Ivan Ivanovitch and Ivan Nikiforovitch together with a rope: where one went, the other followed.

    How the Two Ivans Quarrelled

  • The turtle-dove, one minute so swift and intent in its flight, now fell languidly to earth, followed by a swirl of soft, cinnamon-coloured feathers.

    My Family and Other Animals

  • Anton Prokofievitch Pupopuz, who goes about to this hour in his cinnamon-coloured surtout with blue sleeves and dines every Sunday with the judge, was in the habit of saying that the Devil himself had bound Ivan Ivanovitch and Ivan Nikiforovitch together with a rope: where one went the other followed.

    Taras Bulba and Other Tales

  • Nikiforovitch, in his cinnamon-coloured nankeen spencer, used to set out for church almost arm in arm; and if Ivan Ivanovitch, who had remarkably sharp eyes, was the first to catch sight of a puddle or any dirt in the street, which sometimes happened in Mirgorod, he always said to Ivan Nikiforovitch, ` ` Look out! don't put your foot there, it's dirty. ''

    Taras Bulba and Other Tales

  • The cinnamon-coloured boy picked up the money on the floor.

    Lady Luck

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