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nut-brown

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Definition of nut-brown in English:

adjective

Of a rich dark brown colour: a nut-brown face
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  • A slender adult leader with raven hair and glistening alabaster skin which reflected the full moon's light was playing a set of rich, nut-brown pipes.
  • Renee's normally cobweb-like cloud of wavy brown hair now fell in a straight, gleaming sheen all the way to her upper back, at last looking more nut-brown than it did mousy.
  • The face of a young girl, only sixteen, with nut-brown hair and hazel eyes appeared in the clouded liquid.

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