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chocolate-coloured

Definitions

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

  • adj. having the color of dark chocolate

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The result looks chocolate-coloured, which doesn't look bad with the tan, but it makes the whole outfit very boring.

    dye trying

  • I did not find the chocolate-coloured butterfly fluttering in its colonies, though I did make other discoveries.

    Country diary: Wasdale, Lake District

  • On Anna's farm, guests can stay in a "pimped up" 70s showman's caravan, bought from a fairground family and once towed behind a waltzer, now with chandeliers and a chocolate-coloured bath with gold taps.

    Caravans just got cooler

  • Reader naaamo2004′s Linux desktop sports a chocolate-coloured theme that is slick, polished and beautiful, with an impressive Firefox theme to match.

    The ChoKolate Linux Desktop | Lifehacker Australia

  • Toiling in heat and smoke, about 20 women grouped in a local production association are selecting, washing, cracking and roasting shea nuts before crushing them to get the chocolate-coloured paste.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The brown or chocolate-coloured silk gown, with ruffles of the same stuff at the elbow, within which are others of Mechlin lace — the black silk gloves, or mitts, the white hair combed back upon a roll, and the cap of spotless cambric, which closes around the venerable countenance, as they were not the costume of 1780, so neither were they that of 1826; they are altogether a style peculiar to the individual Aunt

    My Aunt Margaret's Mirror

  • Two boys in chocolate-coloured velvet and gold attended as pages, and six Spaniards, who really did all the work, completed the number.

    The Romance of Isabel Lady Burton

  • At the far side of the station a train had drawn up, a train consisting of three big coaches, chocolate-coloured and picked out with gold.

    Greenmantle

  • Blood trickled down the chocolate-coloured skin, but the valiant crab held on.

    Tropic Days

  • The women and children were clad in chocolate-coloured hides, fringed at the tops: to gratify them I shot a few hawks, and was rewarded with loud exclamations, — “Allah preserve thy hand!” — “May thy skill never fail thee before the foe!”

    First footsteps in East Africa

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