coffee-coloured

coffee-coloured

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

coffee-coloured

coffee-colored (US) [ˈkɒfɪˌkʌləd] ADJ(de) color café
References in classic literature ?
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.
THIS is what scientists think we will look like in the future - chinless wonders with coffee-coloured skin.
And as his mentor Gurnemanz, Alfred Reiter brings a coffee-coloured fluidity of tone to what is a huge role, even able to harden it for the austerity of the final act.
Perhaps we can take some meaningful steps towards clearing up the confusion by saying we are all neighbours, but allow me to say that I am Namibian because although I have only achieved my milky, coffee-coloured skin from years of sunburn, my heart is as darkly pigmented as any 'Namibian's', not that hearts have pigmentation.
Indeed ingredients are front and centre at the restaurant, which is decorated with thick carpeting, chandeliers and a coffee-coloured interior that is plush and welcoming, but not particularly Irish, apart from some black-and-white imagery of Dublin (the "D" in the name) and what appears to be Waterford crystal on display.
The second bedroom, which is virtually identical in size, has coffee-coloured textured wallpaper and orange and grey bed linen and cushions.
Some are coffee-coloured, some are gray and one is the shade of discarded coffee grounds.
The collection's silk, coffee-coloured cocktail dress is inspired by Elizabeth Taylor and features lace detailing for an additional touch of femininity.
THEY are the immortal words of Alan Partridge: "It's not a brown Toyota, it's a coffee-coloured Lexus.