[ UK /bɹˈa‍ʊnɪʃ/ ]
[ US /ˈbɹaʊnɪʃ/ ]
  1. of a color similar to that of wood or earth
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How To Use brownish In A Sentence

  • Meanwhile, the brownish-blackish gunk is drifting along the coast to the northeast, Brower said. The Lovecraft News Network
  • Soldiers resemble worker termites, except that they have enlarged brownish heads and strong, well-developed jaws.
  • Nash's team used its global-positioning - satellite receiver to establish its position, and then through the brownish haze, team members plotted the azimuth and direction to a far-off enemy bunker.
  • The eggs of the bronze-winged jacana have a rich brownish-bronze background, on which black lines are scribbled in inextricable confusion, so that the egg looks as though Arabic texts had been scrawled over it. A Bird Calendar for Northern India
  • The size of a grain of rice, lice lay small whitish or brownish eggs called nits that stick to hair shafts about an inch or two from the scalp. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • It sports bright lemon-yellow blossoms with brownish colored centers.
  • The symptoms of eczema can include red, itchy skin, rash, blisters or bumps that itch and ooze, or scaly, brownish, thick skin.
  • -- Pale sandy red, darker on the top of the head, the shoulders and fore part of back; two large patches behind the ears; the feet and the under-parts are pale buff yellow; ears moderately large, subovate and well clad, rusty yellow, paler on the under part; whiskers very long, brown, a few brownish white; toe-pads blackish. Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon
  • Snapping out of her trance, she stood up quickly and found herself staring at some stranger with spiked brownish hair and an extremely large puffy jacket.
  • In New Jersey, Triassic brownish red, shale, sandstone, and argillite are extensive; these sedimentary rocks are much less resistant to erosion than the metamorphic crystalline rocks that form the core of the adjacent Northeastern Highlands (58). Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)
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