chestnut-brown love


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

  • adj. (of hair or feathers) of brown tinged with chestnut


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  • The horse is tall and chestnut-brown; the rider is still harboring a secret.

    The Memory Palace

  • She's petite, cute as a button, with a sleek chestnut-brown ponytail that gets twisted up under a bandanna when she whips out the clay.

    Odin's Day

  • His hair was chestnut-brown, glinting in the candle-light to gold, and the hint of waviness in it explained the perceptible droop to his tawny moustache.


  • I saw a flash of blue eyes, a sweep of chestnut-brown hair; but everything always blurred.

    The Season of Risks

  • Once upon a time, I was ash-blonde, and then reddish-blond, and then ash-brown, and then golden-brown, and then chestnut-brown.

    with the thoughts you'd be thinkin' you could be another Lincoln

  • I was just about to call out to them when some long-legged girl with a short chestnut-brown bob reached down, scooped my daughter up, tickled her nose, then handed her an ice cream cone.

    Drama Queens

  • He was mostly white but had a chestnut-brown saddle-shaped patch that reached over his back and down his sides almost to his belly.

    Born to Bark

  • Tall, with gleaming chestnut-brown hair, JB was so good-looking that Katherine had nicknamed him cute janitor boy before any of them had found out what he really did for a living.


  • She shakes her head, tousling her long chestnut-brown hair.

    Dear Pen Pal

  • I notice my guest's long chestnut-brown hair and how the sides are now swept back, smooth and flat, into a nacrée* barrette.

    gîte - French Word-A-Day


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