This here's a new bit," and he touched a shoot which looked brownish
green instead of hard, dry gray.
The livelong day he sat in his loom, his ear filled with its monotony, his eyes bent close down on the slow growth of sameness in the brownish
web, his muscles moving with such even repetition that their pause seemed almost as much a constraint as the holding of his breath.
They passed without seeing us, brushing us with their brownish
fins, and we escaped by a miracle from a danger certainly greater than meeting a tiger full-face in the forest.
Undoing the silver clasps, he opened the volume, and took from among its black-letter pages a rose, or what was once a rose, though now the green leaves and crimson petals had assumed one brownish
hue, and the ancient flower seemed ready to crumble to dust in the doctor's hands.
Round his brow he had a peculiar yellow band, with brownish
speckles, which seemed to be bound tightly round his head.
He is a bright, brownish
little fellow, agile like a monkey, clean-shaven like an actor, and obliging like a born courtier.
In the afternoon, the sky became covered with a warm mist, that oozed from the soil; the brownish
vapor scarcely allowed the beholder to distinguish objects, and so, fearing collision with some unexpected mountain-peak, the doctor, about five o'clock, gave the signal to halt.
The verdure had thickened and its bright green stood out sharply against the brownish
strips of winter rye trodden down by the cattle, and against the pale-yellow stubble of the spring buckwheat.
If you want to know more particularly how Mary looked, ten to one you will see a face like hers in the crowded street to-morrow, if you are there on the watch: she will not be among those daughters of Zion who are haughty, and walk with stretched-out necks and wanton eyes, mincing as they go: let all those pass, and fix your eyes on some small plump brownish
person of firm but quiet carriage, who looks about her, but does not suppose that anybody is looking at her.
A fine, brownish
hair covered the chest and abdomen, and the face, the palms of the hands, the feet, the shoulders and back were practically hairless.
Vat Number Thirteen lay dashed to the floor--the glass cover was broken to a million pieces--a sticky, brownish
substance covered the matting.
Time had discolored the paper, and had turned the ink to a brownish