from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of a dark complexion or coloring.
- adj. Having dark brown or black hair or eyes.
- n. A person with dark brown hair.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of a man's or boy's hair, brown or black hair.
- adj. Of a man or boy, having brown or black hair.
- n. A man or boy with brown or black hair.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. being or having dark-colored skin and hair; contrasted with
- n. A girl or woman with a somewhat brown or dark complexion.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person with dark (brown) hair
- adj. marked by dark or relatively dark pigmentation of hair or skin or eyes
Susie and Sara - both brunet and share a weird love hate relationship to Calvin and Jeremy not saying it all adds up 100% but every once in a while when i read Zits i think .... i bet this is Calvin 10 years later. steven
To cover her head, she wore a sleek, short-cropped, brunet wig at the start of the evening and a longer one later, both styled by a Paul Mitchell expert.
The one who called himself Nathaniel was swarthy and handsome with dark, intense eyes and a spill of brunet hair over a pair of broad shoulders.
As it shattered, his long waves of brunet hair lifted from his shoulders on an unnatural wind.
Host Louise Roe -- a leggy, brunet, self-proclaimed fashion expert with a fabulous British accent -- is simply horrified by the spectacle.
The mannequin is dressed in brunet wig, glasses and a red business suit.
He turned his head farther, his brunet profile etched against the blue satin pillowcase the color of my eyes.
Sheena stood screaming beside me, her blond hair flaring in the wind to show her brunet roots.
For once, the two sisters really look like sisters, instead of studies in casting contrasts like tall-short, blond-brunet, svelte – not-so-svelte.
“My sisters take, like, 45 minutes to do their hair,” said Zita Thomas, 30, a comely brunet graphic designer cruising Berry Street on Memorial Day with two braids protruding from under a low-slung pageboy cap.