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brownish-orange

Definitions

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

  • adj. of a light brownish color

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The brownish-orange tinted horns in the photo were some of the seven Lou was lucky to find (so far) after they burned off their pasture this year.

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  • Original T-Gel has more of a brownish-orange color.

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  • Like the others, Portia wore a costume, with thousands of feathers in her costume were crafted from silk and dyed realistic shades of banded blue and brownish-orange.

    June 18th, 2006

  • The foam was dense and dry; it was the brownish-orange coating applied to the outside of the shuttle's large external tank to insulate the extreme cold of the rocket fuels inside from the warmth and moisture of the air.

    Columbia's Last Flight

  • Steve Nash and his teammates served up plates of food, with the menu consisting of white chunks of something in brownish-orange sauce over white rice.

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  • We flushed a bird with brownish-orange and white feathers out of a bush, and

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  • Even the wooden stand used for a base carried out the same airy design and complimented the unpainted, brownish-orange terra cotta.

    Death Blow

  • The wooded area behind Seneca Trail and Tecumseh Trails in the Country Lakes development is ghostly, with piles of soft gray ash blanketing the forest floor as blackened tree trunks topped with burnt brownish-orange pine needles stand tall.

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  • The brownish-orange oil - darker or lighter, depending on the amount of gasoline Breen used - seems almost to bleed from the page.

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  • Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal said the well was spewing a brownish-orange mixture of oil, gas, and mud about 100 feet up into the air, but it was unclear what the flow rate was.

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