reddish-brown


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Adj.1.reddish-brown - of brown tinged with red
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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A few days afterwards, when not far distant from the Abrolhos Islets, my; attention was called to a reddish-brown appearance in the sea.
Her feet were stuck up on the coal scuttle, and she had a tumblerful of some reddish-brown composition on the smoking table close at her elbow.
Such beauty as she had, in those early days, lay in a certain artless purity and tenderness of expression, and in the charming reddish-brown color of her hair, varying quaintly and prettily in different lights.
In general, it means the reddish-brown wood itself; but in jest, it signifies "excessively fine," which arose from an anecdote of Nyboder, in Copenhagen,(the seamen's quarter.
In an instant out there slipped a beautiful reddish-brown creature, thin and lithe, with the legs of a stoat, a long, thin nose, and a pair of the finest red eyes that ever I saw in an animal's head.
He was a young laborer with a reddish-brown beard of a week's growth.
ie, first up is the Coffee Palette, which includes a nine matte, satin and shimmer shades from brown to Sienna, a reddish-brown colour.
The sinkhole is named after the reddish-brown color of the surrounding cliffs, colored by iron oxides.
The disease develops quickly in cool, wet weather and the first signs are small reddish-brown spots on the pods.
Add the carrot and garlic and cook for a few more minutes, then stir in the sriracha and cook until reddish-brown.
Head nearly glabrous, black, except reddish-brown palpi; medially with a narrow but distinct cavity from near anterior margin of frons to almost head end, very deep on frons, shallow on vertex; with fine, rather sparse punctation in most parts.
Coco, a reddish-brown pit bull with white markings, went missing from her Southern California home on Thanksgiving.