reddish brown

NOUN
  1. a shade of brown with a tinge of red
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How To Use reddish brown In A Sentence

  • Horizontal stripes, varying from tan to a deep reddish brown, traverse a large painting from 2003.
  • They are like their parents, except for being a more reddish brown. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her hair gleamed like a hastily polished brass pot, its tiny dents reddish brown.
  • He had reddish brown hair that was tied back with a red bandana.
  • The pupa is typically coarctate, or ‘bulletlike’ and is reddish brown with an average length of 5.2 mm.
  • Experts found diseased biopsy tissue turned reddish brown when a certain chemical was applied. The Sun
  • = -- Cones upon dwarf branches, erect or inclining upwards, ovoid to cylindrical, 1/2-3/4 of an inch long, purplish or reddish brown while growing, light brown at maturity, persistent for at least a year; scales thin, obtuse to truncate; edge entire, minutely toothed or erose; seeds small, winged. Handbook of the Trees of New England
  • The two most common types of melanin found in modern birds are eumelanin, associated with black and grey feathers, and phaeomelanin, found in reddish brown to yellow feathers. National Geographic News
  • -- Ears half length of head, narrow and rounded at tip; face abruptly narrowed in front of eyes; muzzle long, narrow, cylindrical; lower jaw slightly projecting; eyes large; tongue very long, last third attenuated, covered with brush-like papillae; interfemoral membrane very narrow, especially at root of tail; fur reddish brown, and very long. Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon
  • We have perennial wallflower, fuchsias, lobelia, dahlia and sedum still blooming - the sedum looking particularly good with deep reddish brown flowers and yellowing foliage.
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