Thesaurus / auburn
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Probably the auburn tresses of Elizabeth had made blonde wigs fashionable.

A huge agave, or century plant, is now blooming at Auburn, N.Y.

Lower and lower bent the auburn head until the man could no longer see the troubled face.

Lissoy is its Irish name, but Auburn does not seem to be an Irish name at all.

"Of course, there were no detectors set up in advance around Auburn," he said.

The AnswerHenry Beam Piper

These swore they could detect the Prophet's Thumb on the mare's auburn neck.

Boy WoodburnAlfred Ollivant

His brow was pale and lofty, and above the auburn locks were massed like a golden coronet.

Her face, her form, her auburn ringlets, falling over a neck of alabaster!

For answer Rowena threw back her auburn head and laughed loudly.

All the accumulated horror of him, which had been forgotten while he was safely restrained at Auburn, swept over her.

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