- adj. of brown tinged with green
“His greenish-brown eyes with little flecks of gold. . .”
“He had dark brown hair, greenish-brown eyes and perfectly shaped lips.”
“They look like they're waving in the current," Mr. Dohlin said, directing our attention to the tentacles on a greenish-brown plant; or perhaps it qualified as a creature, or some combination of the two.”
“She swelled and puffed and changed from white to greenish-brown.”
“And the women spent two days making zaatar, the pungent greenish-brown powder that they made with salt, sumac, sesame seeds, and the dried leaves of wild Syrian oregano also called zaatar, confusingly enough, and universally mistranslated as “thyme”.”
“Last note: that greenish-brown hot sauce is a frickin spicy muther.”
“As Moll had directed, I poured the tea into the mug—it was a dark greenish-brown liquid, smelling faintly of licorice—and threw the sodden bag of herbs into the slop pail.”
“There was something familiar about those greenish-brown eyes.”
“From the window, the visitor sees Central Park, but from such a height that it resembles the original Olmsted and Vaux rendering of the greensward, a warren of interlocking bridle paths and greenish-brown grass.”
“The obverse fields are mostly a nice greenish-brown.”
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