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light brown

adjective as in buff

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Example Sentences

Loyau-Kennett turned her attention to the second alleged killer, who wore a light brown coat.

His right foot was attached to his leg with a light brown sock still on it.

She saw a man wearing a light brown pilot suit in his early 30s lying down on a couch.

If you use sweet potatoes, look for the type with light brown skins and butter-colored flesh.

To make the filling, put the corn syrup and light-brown sugar in a mixing bowl and whisk until smooth.

The structure as it now stands is mainly Norman in style, built of light-brown stone, and remarkably beautiful and imposing.

It showed in his grey eyes and the glint in his carelessly combed light brown hair and the set of his jawline.

They met his own steadily, though he was not sure whether they were gray or blue, or a very light brown.

His once smooth face was decorated with a superb pair of light-brown whiskers of the stamp now styled Dundreary.

Brown Palmer—dubbed with light brown seal's hair, warped with ash coloured silk and a red hackle over the whole.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to light brown, such as: blonde, canary, ecru, lemon, ochre, and straw.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.