greenish-brown love

Definitions

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  • adjective of brown tinged with green

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He had dark brown hair, greenish-brown eyes and perfectly shaped lips.

    Olivia

  • And the women spent two days making zaatar, the pungent greenish-brown powder that they made with salt, sumac, sesame seeds, and the dried leaves of wild Syrian oregano also called zaatar, confusingly enough, and universally mistranslated as “thyme”.

    Day of Honey

  • She swelled and puffed and changed from white to greenish-brown.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • His greenish-brown eyes with little flecks of gold. . .

    Times Squared

  • He had dark brown hair, greenish-brown eyes and perfectly shaped lips.

    Olivia

  • And the women spent two days making zaatar, the pungent greenish-brown powder that they made with salt, sumac, sesame seeds, and the dried leaves of wild Syrian oregano also called zaatar, confusingly enough, and universally mistranslated as “thyme”.

    Day of Honey

  • He had dark brown hair, greenish-brown eyes and perfectly shaped lips.

    Olivia

  • His greenish-brown eyes with little flecks of gold. . .

    Times Squared

  • "They look like they're waving in the current," Mr. Dohlin said, directing our attention to the tentacles on a greenish-brown plant; or perhaps it qualified as a creature, or some combination of the two.

    In the Coral Camp

  • She swelled and puffed and changed from white to greenish-brown.

    Slice Of Cherry

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