coffee-coloured

coffee-coloured

adj
(Colours) having the colour of coffee; dark brown; light brown
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coffee-coloured

coffee-colored (US) [ˈkɒfɪˌkʌləd] ADJ(de) color café
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I wish you would send me an old aunt--a maiden aunt--an aunt with a lozenge on her carriage, and a front of light coffee-coloured hair--how my children should work workbags for her, and my Julia and I would make her comfortable!
I noticed that the fellow's coffee-coloured face had turned grey since Mr.
He said 114 of the pills were blue, another 114 pink, 59 yellow, 18 coffee-coloured and 13 green.
The most common symptom is painless coffee-coloured patches on the skin which look similar to birthmarks.
This was just before Shakira lifted my shirt to check whether or not I had coffee-coloured nipples.
| We mentioned coffee-coloured hair as a big trend a while ago.
The pub offers a rotating selection of craft beers, ranging from a ginger-spiked Weizen, or wheat beer, to a coffee-coloured, dark malt porter, which are brewed on site in silver tanks that make up part of the decor.
It is rounded off by the 1893 Centurion bar -" a sensational confection of coffee-coloured tiles."
And you won't with James CELEB Read's Bronzing Mousse, PS24.50, stockists as before Apply the coffee-coloured foam all over with a mitt for a golden glow in the morning and no dodgy whiffs.
And you won't with James Read's Bronzing Mousse, PSCELEB PS24.50, stockists as before Apply the coffee-coloured foam all over with a mitt for a golden glow in the morning and no dodgy whiffs.