brown[ broun ]SEE DEFINITION OF brown
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BROWN
He was smoking his big briar and drinking a huge glass of brown beer.
Brown them on one side, then turn them and brown them on the other side.
Then wipe the meat carefully and brown it on all sides in the fat.
Actually his brown eyes rested on the face of the girl above him.
It was brown as to crust, and flaky and light as to interior.
The residue is of a brown color, and has a saline, bitter taste.
Katy stood in what is commonly designated as a "brown study."
He laid his brown cheek against the place where he remembered them to have rested.
This is Brown—Harry Brown—the nightman at the mine down here.
Captain Smith affected a cough, and put his brown mare into a canter.