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Grayish brown   /grˈeɪɪʃ braʊn/   Listen
Grayish brown

A color or pigment varying around a light grey-brown color.  Synonyms: dun, fawn, greyish brown.

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"Grayish brown" Quotes from Famous Books

... very light brown," said Pete, flushed as scarlet now as Bella; "sort of a grayish brown; you wouldn't notice any ...
— Snow-Blind • Katharine Newlin Burt

... it. He turned at a slight sound behind him, and rose with his hat in his hand. The flush in his face, as he took the hand which was offered him, reflected the color in the face of the owner, but the grayish brown eyes, which he remembered so well, looked into his, a little curiously, perhaps, but frankly and kindly. She ...
— David Harum - A Story of American Life • Edward Noyes Westcott

... related to pigs—Mr. Ellis Parker Butler to the contrary notwithstanding! They belong rather to the same family as rabbits and Belgian hares and have long been a highly prized article of food in the Andes of Peru. The wild species are of a grayish brown color, which enables them to escape observation in their natural habitat. The domestic varieties, which one sees in the huts of the Indians, are piebald, black, white, and tawny, varying from one another in color as much as do the llamas, which were also domesticated by the same race of people ...
— Inca Land - Explorations in the Highlands of Peru • Hiram Bingham

Words linked to "Grayish brown" :   fawn, dun, light brown

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