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noun as in reddish-brown color

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We were supposed to play in Orlando with Gonzaga, Michigan State, Auburn, Saint Louis, Boise State and Xavier.

It has even happened this season, with Arizona and Auburn making early decisions to self-impose and hope for mercy when the NCAA rules in their infractions cases.

Franklin left Auburn with $560,000, the balance of his two-year deal.

He also wound up in that role in December, after Gus Malzahn was fired by Auburn, where Steele was the defensive coordinator last year.

In November, Saban tested positive for the coronavirus and missed the Tide’s rivalry game against Auburn.

McCarron was regarded by many as a prime candidate for the Heisman until the loss to Auburn.

The kick was predictably short, and Auburn unpredictably returned it for a touchdown.

Last spring, Ellie Claxton, a 19-year-old freshman at Auburn University, entered a contest.

After serving six years in the CIA, he is now retired and lives in Auburn, Alabama.

They deserve their outing, Auburn Police Chief Phillip Crowell told The Daily Beast.

An Irish clergyman insisted that it was the little hamlet of Auburn, in the county of Westmeath.

She had bright auburn hair, dark hazel eyes, a fair complexion, and a "dimpled chin."

The morning sun, about four hours high, played through his rumpled hair, the auburn gleaming like flame.

Auburn—a village on the Isis, in the parish of Hill and county of Somerset.

The colour of this beard and of his hair—which he wore pretty long—was a light auburn.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to auburn, such as: brown, chestnut, copper, hazel, henna, and russet.

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