chestnut-brown


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Adj.1.chestnut-brown - (of hair or feathers) of brown tinged with chestnut
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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Its skin, chestnut-brown above and silvery underneath, would have made one of those beautiful furs so sought after in the Russian and Chinese markets: the fineness and the lustre of its coat would certainly fetch L80.
At other times they darted tail first, with the rapidity of an arrow, from one side of the pool to the other, at the same instant discolouring the water with a dark chestnut-brown ink.
When I was growing up, it was a fairly regular feature for Sunday dinner - my Dad was a very good cook when he turned his hand to it, and his 'Bunny Stew', cooked lovingly and slowly in grandma's gorgeous old chestnut-brown casserole, was quite magnificent.
The region known as La Creuse is characterised by huge oak forests between which chestnut-brown Limousin cattle graze the lush grass.
Both shades will remain part of the future range, which now boasts four new colors: The product name Royal has been chosen for the deep ink blue of Dispers 6311, Curry for the strong yellow of Dispers 2355 while the dark chestnut-brown Dispers 2899 red is called Berry and the sophisticated Dispers 2866 brown has been christened Terra.
In the trunk, there's an optional set of chestnut-brown leather weekend bags, bearing "Ermenegildo Zegna exclusively for Maserati" labels.
And I would NEVER get it blow-dried in the style of the chestnut-brown hairpiece which got so many people in a lather.
0%): Brecon Brewery have created a chestnut-brown ale with an almost caramel-like thickness * Tiny Rebel - Doc Brown (3.
Long, relatively narrow, tip evenly-rounded, veins chestnut-brown, membrane very faintly infuscate brown throughout, very slightly darker in [r.
But you can identify a vole by its chubby face with blunt nose, small ears almost hidden in fur, rich, chestnut-brown colour, tail covered with fine hairs or the "plop" sound as they enter the water.
They are uniformly chestnut-brown in color and cylindrical, and have a typical broad-nosed appearance with a straight short rostrum and compact clubbed antennae.
Yes, perhaps I would see a pheasant: a pheasant, with its beautiful chestnut-brown plumage with green, black and purple markings, its dark green head and long tail; and, seeing it close, the scarlet round the eyes and tufts behind the ears.