deep brown


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Synonyms for deep brown

a medium brown to dark-brown color

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When the sugar has dissolved, increase the heat and let the mix become a deep brown.
Natural materials - deep brown leather furniture and deep plum or red cushions and throws - are the key ingredients for a sensual, soothing sanctuary.
A: The colour palette of my first collection is inspired by the natural landscape of Siberia and includes the winter beige, deep brown gray, from ice to anthracite, midnight blue, soft cream, deep brown; bordeaux and ink sapphire blue.
The hairs turned pale yellow and then darkened to a deep brown.
He wore a deep brown T-shirt with colourful butterfly motifs.
O'Connell said both malts deliver a deep brown to black color tones without bitter or astringent notes.
The result is a deep brown, molasses-like material of dubious value.
She died in 2002 Miss Fields wore a deep brown coat and she sang Sally to the waiting crowds.
bith sides and sear on both sides until deep brown, about 40 to 60
50) A deep brown colour, this has smooth application which can be smudged at will.
These speckles can become very intense in the petal blade that can color deep brown to nearly black.
Vintage wrought-iron chairs, rusted metal side tables, and brown cushions make this space invitingly casual and play off the deep brown fence behind.
The range includes everything from a Double Ended Eye Brightener ($22) in gold hues to a Creamy Cheek Color ($24) in a warm brown sun-kissed shade to a Waterproof Shadow Liner Trio ($29) in either Exotic, a deep purple, lilac and champagne story; or Savage, a vibrant green, deep brown and soft gold combination.
And it reminds me of a day in September as a child in Sussex, when we gathered the deep brown sloe berries from the blackthorn hedges, and my grandmother would give us silver forks to prick each berry to release its juice, before she put it into large bottles of gin with copious sugar to be hidden deep in the pantry until Christmas.