Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See brown.

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Examples

  • It was only here and there that one could see the ivory-brown colour of her skin: the rest was covered with dirt, like old bottles long lying in cellars.

    The Purple Cloud

  • Classically, Satsuma is a light and porous earthenware covered with a cream-colored crackle glaze that offers ivory-brown tones.

    ScrippsNews

  • Classically, Satsuma is a light and porous earthenware covered with a cream-colored crackle glaze that offers ivory-brown tones.

    ScrippsNews

  • Classically, Satsuma is a light and porous earthenware covered with a cream-colored crackle glaze that offers ivory-brown tones.

    The Daily News Tribune Homepage RSS

  • Classically, Satsuma is a light and porous earthenware covered with a cream-colored crackle glaze that offers ivory-brown tones.

    The MetroWest Daily News Homepage RSS

  • Classically, Satsuma is a light and porous earthenware covered with a cream-colored crackle glaze that offers ivory-brown tones.

    The Seattle Times

  • Classically, Satsuma is a light and porous earthenware covered with a cream-colored crackle glaze that offers ivory-brown tones.

    The Seattle Times

  • Classically, Satsuma is a light and porous earthenware covered with a cream-colored crackle glaze that offers ivory-brown tones.

    The Seattle Times

  • She was dressed in rather a frippery of _mousseline de soie_, all cream-laced, with wide-hanging short sleeves, a large diamond at the low open neck, the ivory-brown skin there contrasting with the powdered bluish-white of her face, where, however, the freckles were not quite whited out; on her feet little pink satin slippers, without any stockings -- a divinely pale pink; and well back on her hair a plain thin circlet of gold; and she smelled like heaven, God knows.

    The Purple Cloud

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