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synonyms for bronze

  • burnished
  • chestnut
  • copper
  • russet
  • rust
  • tan
  • brownish
  • copper-colored
  • metallic brown
  • reddish-brown
  • reddish-tan
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He laid flowers at the feet of the six-meter bronze statue of Deng that stands in Shenzhen’s Lianhuashan Park.
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The large bronze wire metal storage baskets offer ample space to organize cans, fruit, vegetables, scarves, socks, office supplies, toys and all your essentials.
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Singaporean athletes are paid the most for ascending the Olympic podium, receiving $1 million for a gold medal, $500,000 for silver, and $250,000 for bronze.
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An athlete representing the United States of America in the 2018 Winter Olympics, for instance, would have received $37,500 for a gold medal, $22,500 for silver, and $15,000 for bronze.
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Made of heavy-duty, bronze-plated steel and able to hold 6 pairs of shoes on each of four racks, this conversation piece will allow you quick access to your favorite footwear.
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Moore says she usually parks at the Honolulu Zoo and walks ten minutes from there to the bronze statue of Duke Kahanamoku, where most surfers paddle out.
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Among these, the pedreros – used as close-range anti-personnel weapons, and bombardettas – with their lower ranges when compared to bronze guns, were increasingly considered as outdated by the 17th century.
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Among these are "Medusa," a bronze bust; and a "Mater Dolorosa," in terra-cotta.
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A lurid spot on each cheek showed burning red through the bronze of his skin.
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And as bronze reflects the light, her mentality seemed to reflect all the cold lights in her nature.
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WORDS RELATED TO BRONZE

  • amber
  • auburn
  • bay
  • beige
  • bister
  • brick
  • bronze
  • buff
  • burnt sienna
  • chestnut
  • chocolate
  • cinnamon
  • cocoa
  • coffee
  • copper
  • drab
  • dust
  • ecru
  • fawn
  • ginger
  • hazel
  • henna
  • khaki
  • mahogany
  • nut
  • ochre
  • puce
  • russet
  • rust
  • sepia
  • snuff-colored
  • sorrel
  • tan
  • tawny
  • terra-cotta
  • toast
  • umber
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