burnt sienna


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burnt sienna

n.
1. A reddish-brown pigment prepared by calcining raw sienna.
2. A dark reddish orange.

burnt sienna

n
1. (Dyeing) a reddish-brown dye or pigment obtained by roasting raw sienna in a furnace
2. (Colours) a dark reddish-orange to reddish-brown colour

burnt′ sien′na


n.
an intense dark reddish brown color.
[1835–45]
raw sienna, burnt sienna - Raw sienna is a brownish-yellow earth color obtained from a natural clay containing iron and manganese; burnt sienna is reddish-brown.
See also related terms for pigments.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.burnt sienna - a shade of brown with a tinge of redburnt sienna - a shade of brown with a tinge of red
brown, brownness - an orange of low brightness and saturation
brick red - a bright reddish-brown color
copper color, copper - a reddish-brown color resembling the color of polished copper
Indian red - a reddish-brown color resembling the red soil used as body paint by American Indians
2.burnt sienna - a reddish-brown pigment produced by roasting sienna
sienna - an earth color containing ferric oxides; used as a pigment
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Or burnt sienna. But show a zebra finch a sunset-colored object, and she'll quickly decide whether it looks more 'red' or 'orange.' A new study shows that birds mentally sort the range of hues on the blue-green side of the spectrum into two categories too, but the line between them is fuzzier, perhaps because 'either/or' thinking is less useful in this part of the spectrum, researchers say.
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The nicotine haze gave black and white films a sepia look and ceilings in the public bar were usually stained burnt sienna. If it did that to a ceiling, what did it do to your lungs?
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Zubiri celebrates the joys of travels by capturing vignettes, such as the burnt sienna and ochre of Italian villas; a bicycle leaning against a wall in Italy; a Burmese fisherman looking down on his reflection on the water; the color-saturated houses in Murano; a bridge over a canal in Venice; a cafe in Paris; the fisherman in Batangas; the classic Taal volcano and lake.
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Their palette comprised rubicund reds, arctic pink, sapphire blue, carbon grey and burnt sienna mined from the depths of the planet's glory, and the appreciation for the designs was evident as this was the only collection to get repeated applause and hoots at the show.