brownness brownness


  • (n) an orange of low brightness and saturation


  1. The moon looks yellow because it has no atmosphere to screen the sun's rays and hide its general brownness.
  2. Meanwhile Bushman's son Tarvin and Subrinea Tussie, the length, strength and brownness of whose legs are too often, too favorably mentioned, work out a romance.
  3. There's an overwhelming brownness as you look out over large portions of his land, which have the texture of a worn brush.
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animosity animosity
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