cinnamon-colored


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Adj.1.cinnamon-colored - having the color of cinnamon
colored, coloured, colorful - having color or a certain color; sometimes used in combination; "colored crepe paper"; "the film was in color"; "amber-colored heads of grain"
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On a slope to Gertrude's right hand, Sallust's House, with its cinnamon-colored walls and yellow frieze, gave a foreign air to the otherwise very English landscape.
Acer griseum, or paperbark maple as it is commonly called, shows off coppery-orange and cinnamon-colored bark that peels away from the trunk in curious curls.
The giant black bear rushed down the steep, timbered ridge like a freight train, ready to do battle with the six-foot, cinnamon-colored boar I had just arrowed.
Puerto Princesa City - With their dusky crowns, napes, shadowy eye stripes, bluish-gray mandibles, thin brown legs, and rusty cinnamon-colored heads and necks radiating under the heat of the golden morning sun, nearly two dozen Philippine ducks (Anas luzonica) can be seen frolicking and winging their ways over Lake Manguao in the once monarch-ruled town of Taytay in northern Palawan.
95 cinnamon-colored coffee mug, "Made in Thailand," and a $9.
Weighing in at about 7 grams, both males and females sport cinnamon-colored heads and gray and white bodies.
com)-- Iggy The Train Cat, the first in a new children's book series published today on Kindle in honor of National Pet Adoption Weekend, tells the story of a tiny cinnamon-colored cat with emerald eyes and a heart-shaped birthmark on his rump who is adopted in later life.
Usually, this drink is the cheap champagne leftover from some intern's going away party, but today I found this bottle of cinnamon-colored Fijian rum sitting by its lonesome (on Sam's desk).
Fast facts: USDA zones 7-9; reaches 30 feet tall; resistant to powdery mildew; produces clusters of pure-white flowers from June to September; has attractive cinnamon-colored bark.
Before getting to see their mothers, sisters or daughters, family members had to go through a metal detector, be patted down in the "shakedown room" and go through three cinnamon-colored doors that locked heavily behind them.
She chose to keep her existing light fixture, the area rug went over wall-to-wall carpeting, and they selected a more subtle cinnamon-colored chenille and spared the banquette's tufting buttons, which Jameen felt made it seem too ``old '70s diner.
Handsome wooden blinds at the windows were installed for privacy and light control; but Younger wanted something more above the glass to draw the eye upward and emphasize the high ceilings, so cornices were covered in cinnamon-colored fabric with fancy scrolled architectural moldings affixed to the front.