[ UK /siːˈɛnɐ/ ]
[ US /siˈɛnə/ ]
[ US /siˈɛnə/ ]
- an earth color containing ferric oxides; used as a pigment
How To Use sienna In A Sentence
- Each animal is shown completely isolated, without context or even a horizon line, while the siennas, ochers and blacks of the scorches make for forms that pop out from the bare backgrounds.
- Natural colours such as sienna, coffee, verdure, burgundy, metal and champagne are chosen as ambient colours.
- Florida was full of old people wearing shorts in fierce gum-ball colors, old people on golf carts, old people with burnt sienna tans and parasoled cocktails and fifty-dollar manicures, all trying to feel less old. Dream State
- † oh gross! sienna miller and balthazar getty are rekindling their romance i'm not obsessed Popbytes
- Sienna followed him, and watched as he walked up to a large curtain along the left wall and drew it aside to reveal another room.
- Nissan's new minivan has a decent ride, but it's not as comfy as the Sienna.
- Under the cloak she wore a sienna-red dress with a leather cord belt hanging around her waist, and her golden hair was down, combed out of it's normally spiky state.
- (Ronciglione, 1614), and a pamphlet (Sienna) containing only sixteen pages, entitled "La Musica ecclesiastica, dove si contiene la vera diffinizione della musica come scienza, non piu veduta e sua nobilta", showing how church music should conform to the resolutions of the Council of Trent. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize
- Where the painter had exposed his skin to the sun over the years---his face and neck, his arms and feet---he was tanned a ruddy sienna. SACRAMENT
- ‘I don't want to rehash the past, Dane,’ Sienna finally said softly, looking at the blaze in the fireplace instead of at him.