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chocolate-colored

Definitions

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

  • adjective having the color of dark chocolate

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In the course of time, we have hunted for deposits of rainbow obsidian high in the mountains and found blue, black, grey, red and chocolate-colored obsidian in the cool oak and pine forests less than an hour's drive from Guadalajara.

    Obsidian in Mexico: gift of the gods

  • An uncontrollable (or uncontrolled?) squeal of delight escaped my lips as I caught sight of the bounty of newly arrived autumn treats: plump burnt orange pumpkins and squash, roly-poly sweet potatoes, deep chocolate-colored figs nestled snugly together inside their tiny wooden crate.

    Jamie Schler: Apple Clafoutis: A Recipe for Autumn

  • An uncontrollable (or uncontrolled?) squeal of delight escaped my lips as I caught sight of the bounty of newly arrived autumn treats: plump burnt orange pumpkins and squash, roly-poly sweet potatoes, deep chocolate-colored figs nestled snugly together inside their tiny wooden crate.

    Jamie Schler: Apple Clafoutis: A Recipe for Autumn

  • Irish Water Spaniel: Picture a chocolate-colored Labradoodle with a tail like a rat—that's what this breed is.

    Westminster Dog Show 2012—Best in Show—as it happened

  • The snapshots tunnel around a head of long, chocolate-colored hair, baby-blue spaghetti-string top, a small but noticeable mole on the left shoulder blade.

    Monkeytown excerpt 5

  • Thanks to her chocolate-colored skin, Baker was a second-class citizen in her native America - but on the stages of Paris she became the toast of the continent, receiving over 1,500 marriage proposals, according to her official website.

    Lesley M. M. Blume: ICONS OF STYLE SERIES: Josephine Baker (PHOTOS)

  • Thanks to her chocolate-colored skin, Baker was a second-class citizen in her native America - but on the stages of Paris she became the toast of the continent, receiving over 1,500 marriage proposals, according to her official website.

    Lesley M. M. Blume: ICONS OF STYLE SERIES: Josephine Baker (PHOTOS)

  • In the course of time, we have hunted for deposits of rainbow obsidian high in the mountains and found blue, black, grey, red and chocolate-colored obsidian in the cool oak and pine forests less than an hour's drive from Guadalajara.

    Obsidian in Mexico: gift of the gods

  • Thanks to her chocolate-colored skin, Baker was a second-class citizen in her native America - but on the stages of Paris she became the toast of the continent, receiving over 1,500 marriage proposals, according to her official website.

    Lesley M. M. Blume: ICONS OF STYLE SERIES: Josephine Baker (PHOTOS)

  • She's straightened her normally curly, chocolate-colored hair.

    Monkeytown excerpt 3

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