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Synonyms for brunette

a person with dark (brown) hair

marked by dark or relatively dark pigmentation of hair or skin or eyes


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He was later to learn that at times there were golden lights in those same gray eyes; but he had seen enough, as it was, to surprise him, for he became suddenly aware that he had always taken her for a brunette with brown eyes, as a matter of course.
Saxon flattered herself that he showed vexation, and she conceived an immense dislike for the brunette.
There could not have been a greater contrast between brother and sister, for Stapleton was neutral tinted, with light hair and gray eyes, while she was darker than any brunette whom I have seen in England--slim, elegant, and tall.
And where there is that big, old tower of the ancient wall of Paris," added Amelotte de Montmichel, a pretty fresh and curly-headed brunette, who had a habit of sighing just as the other laughed, without knowing why.
He will perhaps turn round by and by, and in the meantime we can look at that stately old lady, his mother, a beautiful aged brunette, whose rich-toned complexion is well set off by the complex wrappings of pure white cambric and lace about her head and neck.
de Bellegarde's wife, especially since she was a silly, thirstily-smiling little brunette, with a suggestion of an unregulated heart.
They were a royal pair of wanderlusters, he, big and broad-shouldered, she a small, brunette, and happy woman, whose one hundred and fifteen pounds were all grit and endurance, and withal, pleasing to look upon.
Here too were the beautiful brunettes of the Gironde, with eyes which out-flashed their jewels, while beside them rode their blonde sisters of England, clear cut and aquiline, swathed in swans'-down and in ermine, for the air was biting though the sun was bright.
First, she steadfastly maintained that brunettes and all the tribe of dark-eyed humans were deceitful.
But I knew how much the Geordies love Brown Ale so decided to make the Brunette to complement my Toon Ale Blonde.
As some celebrities, including Sarah Jessica Parker, embrace their natural brunette, Jane Hall gets expert opinions on handling your hair.
THE debate rages on over whether blondes really do have more fun, especially as more and more celebrities - including Sarah Jessica Parker who went brown for the new series of Sex And The City - are beginning to embrace their natural brunette.
Fed up of the frequent trips to the hairdressers to get my roots done I decided to take the plunge and go brunette which if I am honest, is more my natural colour.
HELL hath no fury like a woman scorned - especially if she's a brunette under the age of 25, a survey said yes t erday.
Red carpet darling Ashley Scott, now a brunette after ending her blond-on-blond love match with ``Dude, Where's My Car?