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It contained five olive-brown eggs which were near to hatching.

The colour is coppery or an olive-brown, varying with the altitude.

The olive-brown robe of one saint is balanced by the rich red of the other.

These specimens are olive-brown above with cream-colored spots on the flanks; the dorsal tail-fin does not extend onto the body.

In living individuals the dorsal ground color varies from pale brown to gray with dark brown or olive-brown markings.

In life the dorsum varies from dark gray or olive-brown to tan or reddish brown.

The hen is an olive-brown bird with a distinct red tinge on the lower back.

The coloration in life consisted of olive-green or olive-brown markings on the body and olive-green or brown bars on the limbs.

True thrushes are grayish or olive-brown above; buff or whitish below, heavily streaked or spotted.

With these contrast the southern peoples of short stature, olive-brown skin, round heads, dark brown or black eyes and hair.

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