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adjective as in bronze

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Then there are the copper-colored eyes, painted with a touch of green and black eyeliner to give them a smoky effect.

A copper-colored, ribbed turtleneck peeked from beneath a knee-skimming navy coat.

Navy coats with high collars were dotted with copper-colored metallic buttons.

Her copper-colored hair fell to her shoulders in soft waves.

Great stretches of burning hot sands spread far and wide, and the sky, where it bent down at the horizon, seemed copper-colored.

Again there came a roar of water, a splash, and his huge dark-blue and copper-colored body surged on the surface.

The dorsolateral stripe is separated from the copper-colored middorsum by a narrow brown stripe.

"Oh, if you are going," murmured Rosalie, her eyes still shining strangely from her copper-colored face.

The servant in charge of the meal was a copper-colored man with a long down-curling mustache.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to copper-colored, such as: burnished, chestnut, copper, russet, rust, and tan.

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