adj.1.having the color of soil or earth; reddish or reddish-brown.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The 22 senators present also gathered for the traditional group photo where most are notably wearing earth-colored attires.
I really liked the khaki, earth-colored looks that were on the runways for SS19.
The blade is of 65 Mn carbon spring-steel with a black powder coat and the handle has a dark earth-colored Zytel core with over-molded rubberized TPR synthetic on the surface.
Architectural elements and design cues from surrounding buildings, including earth-colored brick and light sandstone accents, were incorporated into the building's exterior to complement nearby structures.
All depict earth-colored landscapes, from which emerge nomads in jewel-toned robes.
Sawangwongse Yawnghwe's Spirit Vitrines (Memoirs of a Shan Exile), 2016, showcases hundreds of earth-colored amulets made of clay, wax, soap, mud, rice paper, felt, fiber, pigment, water, oil, and spice.
The "swoop," a curving steel tube, visually divides the earth-colored panels from the sky-colored panels on the facade, and recalls the profile of the hills surrounding Missoula.
Avery spec'd this rifle to be used with a Harris bipod, Flat Dark Earth-colored Leupold Mark 4 LR/T 3.5-10x40 and an E0Tech EXPS3 holosight with 3X magnifier also finished in FDE.
earth-colored villages in Samara or Afghanistan.) He is also wearing a
The floor in the residences is a warm, reddish, earth-colored Mexican tile that is refreshingly cool to touch yet provides a natural anchor for the walls' rich colors.
"We want to give new meaning to the existing landscape," Femia says about the plan, which intends to integrate existing Fascist-era buildings and gardens with an added 2,400-seat main viewing venue, the outer shell of which would be made in Venice's shipyards with a mixture of resin and organic earth-colored materials.