brown-black brown-black


  • (adj) of black tinged with brown


  1. Some spent the entire night camped out with lawn chairs and tripods set improbably on the rugged brown-black moonscape of Kona's lava flows.
  2. Ted Kennedy and support of large LA Hispanic newspaper should help with Latino votes, though he doesn't see a brown-black divide.


  • "I've been surprised by the Brown-Black divide in this elections," Sabato said. "It's been more apparent than the Black-White divide."
    on Feb 19, 2008 By: Larry Sabato Source: Baltimore Times

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cynic cynic
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