golden-brown


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golden-brown

adj
(Colours) of brown with a golden tinge
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Adj.1.golden-brown - of brown tinged with gold
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
References in classic literature ?
And he himself brought her the golden-brown bouillon, in a dainty Sevres cup, with a flaky cracker or two on the saucer.
At last, they were all seated at breakfast, while Mary stood at the stove, baking griddle-cakes, which, as they gained the true exact golden-brown tint of perfection, were transferred quite handily to the table.
She wore a smart brown suit, with two very modish little shoes peeping from beneath it; and her hat of dull pink straw, wreathed with golden-brown poppies, had the indefinable, unmistakable air which pertains to the "creation" of an artist in millinery.
About her temples the line of her bright golden-brown hair had an oddly pleasing irregularity.
He looked at the sturdy, golden-brown puppy, and immediately included it in his reverie.
Nearly six-foot-six, and of more than theatrical thews and muscles, Isidore Bruno, in the gorgeous leopard skin and golden-brown garments of Oberon, looked like a barbaric god.
Tawny golden was she, with golden-brown eyes, and her hair that fell to her knees was blue-black and straight, with just the curly tendrilly tendency that gives to woman's hair its charm.
It was all of moose-skins, this fly--moose-skins, smoke-cured, hand-rubbed, and golden-brown.
Mahbub stuffed himself with great boluses of spiced mutton fried in fat with cabbage and golden-brown onions.
Now as Bert and Grubb bawled their chorus for the third time, they became aware of a very big, golden-brown balloon low in the sky to the north-west, and coming rapidly towards them.
The rest of his face was protected by a thick beard, golden-brown under its coating of frost.
Add the onion and fry gently until it has until softened and is turning a golden-brown.