brown-black


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Adj.1.brown-black - of black tinged with brown
achromatic, neutral - having no hue; "neutral colors like black or white"
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With a sudden impulse he handed his glass to Bert, who had peered beneath his hands, ignored by every one, seeing the three ships merely as three brown-black lines upon the sea.
The beer, which will be launched in 500ml bottles by Grayrose Trading--a London-based importer of Czech beers and wines--is characterised by a brown-black colour with thick compact foam and a medium intensity of bitterness.
The interior includes a brown-black two-tone cabin and a 2-DIN Kenwood head unit, plus front parking sensors.
Their Hemnes display cabinet, pounds 329, almost filled the brief but, in brown-black, I thought it might not work for you.
A large brown-black blotch nearly fills the canvas, defining the space inside as a lacuna, a gap of monumental proportions.
This black product with champagne undertones extends the range of absorption colors that are possible with mica-based pigments to brown-black shades.