Definitions

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  • adj. red tinged with cinnamon

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Examples

  • She had a fair complexion, cinnamon-red hair, beautiful skin, and bright, intelligent eyes.

    WHEN THE HEAVENS FALL

  • I want to make some like those cinnamon-red hot candies.

    BACK HOME FROM PORTLAND VEGFEST, WITH COOKBOOKS AND GADGETS!

  • When shopping for non-work clothes I look for things that suit my complexion (cinnamon-red and prussian blue) or that I or my beloved simply enjoy (orange and yellow-green).

    And, shoes. - A Dress A Day

  • The cinnamon-red and burnt-umber backs of musk-buffalo formed a placid sea of pelt and muscle.

    Genellan- Planetfall

  • It had beautiful diamond markings of dark - colors on cinnamon-red ground.

    Polly of Pebbly Pit

  • The whole occurrence was so unexpected and sudden that Barbara had not seen the swift flash of cinnamon-red and dark diamond-patterned rattler.

    Polly of Pebbly Pit

  • Menominees through the cinnamon-red, copper, and bronze tints, may be found among the tribes formerly occupying the territory cast of the

    Atlantis : the antediluvian world

  • Department of Natural Resources in 2009 now protects the Lopez Hill area from logging; a web of public trails winds past mossy conifers and madrona trees with peeling cinnamon-red bark.

    NYT > Global Home

  • F 0.8 lbs. Description: Male cinnamon teal have a cinnamon-red head, neck, breast, and belly.

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  • And the cinnamon-red blooms are held just above the leaves in spring, showing off their silvery glints. sale ends November 13th or while supplies last!

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