1. of a color similar to that of wood or earth
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How To Use chocolate-brown In A Sentence

  • Thank the good Lord I'd chosen my chocolate-brown satin Victoria's Secret grundies that morning, instead of something less slippy.
  • She still has her ballerina-thin figure and still paints cherry-red streaks through her chocolate-brown hair; the contrast is as stark as her customers 'paintings, which line the store's entrance hall and make shoppers feel smug about their own art. Toile - French Word-A-Day
  • Winter hairstyles should contain warm colours, she informed me, so a chocolate-brown semi-permanent colour was used throughout, complemented by honey-coloured permanent highlights.
  • If the children are lucky, a white-coated ermine may dart across their snowshoe path, and a counselor can point out that four months earlier, that fur coat was mostly chocolate-brown.
  • When I arrived at the set wearing a new chocolate-brown, button-up T-shirt and brown, leather clogs, I was determined not to let anyone or anything dishearten me.
  • Set - tling himself on the centaur's lifelike, chocolate-brown - haired back, the straw-haired young man waited for the ride to fill up with dwarves so that it could begin. Stalling
  • Nzanga Mobutu stared out over the chocolate-brown sweep of the Congo river, and remembered his father.
  • The drake sported full plumage with chocolate-brown head contrasting with gleaming white breast.
  • It was an amazing sight, covered with hundreds of arctic and little terns and white-capped noddies with their chocolate-brown bodies.
  • Across the canted summit of Garn Fadryn, the wintry heather is a dark chocolate-brown, pocked with hut circles, the plateau rim chased with the silver of stone fortifications and steep rock outcrops. Country diary: Lleyn
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