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- n. a medium brown to dark-brown color
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The ï¬oral wallpaper had faded and begun to curl away from the walls, deep brown stains running from the ceiling and down the separating seams.
I then render the answer to it, from Jean-Pierre's Kinyarwanda straight into her deep brown eyes, while I replicate, if not exactly mimic, her deliciously familiar accents.
His gray beard hung limp from his prognathous jaw, and his low, back-slanted forehead was emphasized by a receding hairline; but it was the dark sorrow in his one, liquid, deep brown eye that overwhelmed her.
The way he looked at me, with those deep brown chocolate eyes and his soft, fluffy, dandruff-free hair, made my body and emotions lurch.
Dante met her gaze, his deep brown eyes steady, his expression resolute.
The Standi plainsman, dressed in knee-high black boots and a deep brown riding jacket, drew abreast of her.