Mr. Pottle's eyes fell on his own scarlet pareu and the brownish legs beneath it.
Figure 119 represents the Hæmatopinus vituli, which is brownish in color.
At about the end of June it turns to a chrysalis of a brownish colour.
The fur of the viscacha is not so pretty, being of a brownish and white mixture.
The left side is marbled brown and yellow; the right side, which is the inferior, white with brownish spots and points.
Before it crouched a small, brownish animal with a bulging head.
Brownish gray; eye-ring, tips of outer tail-feathers, a narrow wing-bar white; wing with a buff band showing in flight.
It was of material they had never seen and glistened with a brownish hue.
His temper grew worse and worse as his ribs grew more and more obvious under his brownish, speckled fur.
The girl's face looked like wax, her eyelids had a brownish tinge.
brown O.E. brun "dark, dusky," only developing a definite color sense 13c., from P.Gmc. *brunaz (cf. O.N. brunn, Dan. brun, O.Fris., O.H.G. brun, Du. bruin, Ger. braun), from PIE *bher- (3) "shining, brown" (cf. Lith. beras "brown"), related to *bheros "dark animal" (cf. beaver, bear (n.), and Gk. phrynos "toad," lit. "the brown animal"). The O.E. word also had a sense of "brightness, shining," now preserved only in burnish. The Gmc. word was adopted into Romanic (cf. M.L. brunus, It., Sp. bruno, Fr. brun). Brown-bag (v.) "to bring lunch or liquor in a brown paper bag" is from 1960s. Brown Bess, ...slang name for old British Army flintlock musket, first recorded 1785.