GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. of a color similar to that of wood or earth.
- adj. of a color similar to that of wood or earth
“Dressed in some kind of woven, dark-brown single-piece garment, the intruder halted at the sight of Shar.”
“A large, dark-brown shape moves low over the long grass, suspended in the air from its broad, sail-like wings.”
“Justin is roughly six feet tall, weighs somewhere around 185 pounds (often more, to his chagrin), has dark-brown hair and eyes, and suffers from near-sightedness, motion-sickness, and a tendency to get angry at airport personnel.”
“They're handsome little critters with dark-brown shells and a distinctive orange mark on either side of their head.”
“Mr. Johnson, who spikes his dark-brown hair two inches high, is the poster child for how some performers can harness the viral power of the Web to build a career, bypassing traditional media.”
“She gets multiple wearings out of her gowns, including a red Zac Posen one-shoulder gown and a silvery Marc Jacobs dress with a dark-brown sash.”
“He's having dark-brown suede shoes, with cap toes, made for each of his groomsmen by an Italian shoe factory, costing about $900 a pair.”
“It also is draining sales of Guinness—the country's famed dark-brown stout and de facto national drink.”
“Peter Earl McCollough for The Wall Street Journal Historically at Peet's, the coffee beans have been hand-roasted until they take on a dark-brown color that gives it a trademark 'dark roast' taste.”
“Historically at Peet's, the coffee beans have been hand-roasted until they take on a dark-brown color that gives it a trademark "dark roast" taste.”
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