1. of brown tinged with red
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  • Site 45, representing the earliest Neolithic phase, revealed a short-blade microlithic industry accompanied by a crude reddish-brown handmade pottery, basaltic or quartzite flakes and a few crudely fashioned neoliths probably used for tillage operation.
  • Her hair is a reddish-brown colour.
  • They are small (not bigger than 0.5 cm or 1/5 in), have lightish brown legs, and a round, hard, shiny reddish-brownish shell.
  • Flowers terminal, dark reddish-brown; sterile and fertile, usually on the same plant, rarely on separate plants; anthers opposite; filaments short; ovuliferous scales opposite, with slight projections near the base, usually 2-ovuled. Handbook of the Trees of New England
  • The juvenile appears similar to the adult in breeding plumage, but lacks the reddish-brown cap and dark belly.
  • Botrytis blight, a fungal disease, causes reddish-brown leaf spots and is often the result of damp weather and/or evening watering.
  • Papules of sarcoidosis may be of various colors, including red, reddish-brown, violaceous, translucent, or hyperpigmented.
  • There was two weeks worth of reddish-brown scruff on his face.
  • Reddish-brown, marone, bistre with a golden light in it, suited her to perfection. The Commission in Lunacy
  • Sepia comes from the Greek word for the rich reddish-brown pigment obtained from a fluid that is secreted by the cuttlefish from their ink sac.
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