chestnut-colored love



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

  • adj. having the brown color of chestnuts


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  • Learning inside those chestnut-colored buildings in Boulder was oddly intimidating.

    Esteban L. Hernandez: You Won't Be Alone

  • The bride's long, chestnut-colored hair is pulled back in a half-up style, held by a tiara on top and draped in a flowing veil.

    Kate Middleton Wears Wedding Dress by Sarah Burton

  • I found it, she said, spotting a charred bit of chestnut-colored fur by her toe.

    Around Power Lines

  • Far below was Barkin on his chestnut-colored horse, trotting up the causeway to the Aerie, the carved pillar of rock that Lord Umber called home.

    End of Time

  • A translucent, chestnut-colored liquid is brought to the table in a snifter, where the server mists it with Armagnac—the diner thinks she is getting liqueur, but she is, in fact, drinking a perfectly clear squab consommé, redolent with the scent of the autumn hunt.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • In "Christ and the Woman Taken in Adultery" 1644, the 38-year-old Rembrandt followed longstanding conventions by depicting Jesus with pale skin, a high forehead and flowing chestnut-colored hair.

    The Look of Salvation

  • Loose threads of chestnut-colored hair fluttered about her face, moved by a breeze she hadn't felt before.

    One Thousand Incarnations and One Thousand Deaths - Part II

  • My sister Anne “owned” a chestnut-colored quarter horse named Doodle de Doo.

    Going Home to Glory

  • The two men were exactly the same height—although Behn, who had played football at Michigan State, was a bit heavier—and both had thick, chestnut-colored hair that was always impeccably groomed.

    The Kennedy Detail

  • His normal chestnut-colored follicles became darker brown, almost black.

    Blood Lite II: Overbite


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