(US also brunet)
- A woman or girl with dark brown hair: she’s a gorgeous, green-eyed brunetteMore example sentences
- Keep in mind that blondes and dark-haired brunettes look stunning in hair jewels that are silvery, brilliant white crystal or diamond or have stark white hues.
- Who typically has more hair: blondes, brunettes or redheads?
- In the 20 films, the British spy has encountered 58 Bond girls; 29 were brunettes, 25 were blondes, and just four were redheads.
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- 1(Of a woman or girl) having dark brown hair: a fresh-faced brunette woman in her thirtiesMore example sentences
- The camera-shy singer was spotted on a romantic, late-night date with a mystery brunette woman in Manchester last night.
- Investigators have said that they consider the two brunette women to be witnesses - not suspects.
- Yesterday, as she was strutting along the streets of Essex, the brunette beauty showed off her tiny waistline in a red peplum top.
- 1.1(Of hair) dark brown: her lustrous brunette tressesMore example sentences
- The sleek brunette crop with the sideswept fringe suits her elfin face and accentuates her chocolate brown doe-eyes.
- Rachel went for a timeless elegance in a strapless cream Michael Kors dress, with her brunette hair tied back into a chic updo.
- She completed her look with a bright orange clutch bag and left her long brunette hair down.
mid 16th century: from French, feminine of brunet, diminutive of brun 'brown'.