brown

  1. an orange of low brightness and saturation
  2. Scottish botanist who first observed the movement of small particles in fluids now known a Brownian motion (1773-1858)
  3. abolitionist who was hanged after leading an unsuccessful raid at Harper's Ferry, Virginia (1800-1858)

Brown

Brown is the color of dark wood or rich soil. It is a composite color made by combining red, black and yellow. The color is seen widely in nature, in wood, soil, and human hair color, eye color and skin pigmentation. In Europe and the United States, it is the color most often associated with plainness, humility, the rustic, and poverty. It is also...
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brown

[adj] - of a color similar to that of wood or earth 2. [n] - Scottish botanist who first observed the movement of small particles in fluids now known a Brownian motion (1773-1858) 3. [n] - abolitionist who was hanged after leading an unsuccessful raid at Harper`s Ferry, Virginia (1800-1858) 4. [n] - an orange of low brightness an...
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Brown

• (v. t.) To make brown by scorching slightly; as, to brown meat or flour. • (superl.) Of a dark color, of various shades between black and red or yellow. • (v. t.) To give a bright brown color to, as to gun barrels, by forming a thin coat of oxide on their surface. • (v. t.) To make brown or dusky. • (v. i.) To become brow...
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Brown

noun Scottish botanist who first observed the movement of small particles in fluids now known a Brownian motion (1773-1858)
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brown

browned adjective (of skin) deeply suntanned
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brown

(eye or hair color) castaño, marrón, café
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brown

(lipstick) marrón
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Brown

[1814 cricketer] Brown (first name and dates unknown) was an English first-class cricketer associated with Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) who was active in the 1810s. He is recorded in one match in 1814, totalling 11 runs with a highest score of 7 not out. ==Bibliography== ...
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Brown

[crater] The rim of Brown is mis-shapen from a typical circular formation, most notably due to the intrusion of the satellite crater Brown E into the southeast of the formation. The northern rim is polygonal in shape, with a flattened northern rim. There is also a small gap in the western rim which protrudes to the west. ==Satellite craters...
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Brown

[Middlesex cricketer] Brown (first name and dates unknown) was an English cricketer who made 2 known appearances in major cricket matches from 1789 to 1791. He was mainly associated with Middlesex. ==Bibliography== ...
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Brown

[racial classification] Brown or Brown people is a racial and ethnic classification. Like black people and white people, it is a metaphor for race based on human skin color. In racialist anthropology, the color brown and the term brown people was used to describe a series of hypothesized racial groups that included various populations from ...
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Brown

Brown adjective [ Compar. Browner ; superl. Brownest .] [ Middle English brun , broun , Anglo-Saxon br...n ; akin to Dutch bruin , Old High German br...n , Icelandic br...nn , Swedish brun
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Brown

Brown intransitive verb To become brown.
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Brown

Brown noun A dark color inclining to red or yellow, resulting from the mixture of red and black, or of red, black, and yellow; a tawny, dusky hue.
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Brown

Brown transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Browned ; present participle & verbal noun Browning .] 1. To make brown or dusky. « A trembling twilight o'er welkin moves, Browns the dim void and darkens deep the...
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Brown

A body color with mixed brown and black hair, with black mane, tail, and legs
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Brown

A color of horse, with a mixture of black and brown hairs on the body and black points.
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Brown

A procedure involving the searing of the outer services of an item such as meat so as to create a Mailard Protein Reaction inhibiting the juice flow somewhat.
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Brown

A quick sautéing/searing done either at the beginning or end of meal preparation, often to enhance flavor, texture, or eye appeal.
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Brown

Brown is a colour which may be regarded as a mixture of red and black, or of red, black, and yellow. There are various brown pigments, mostly of mineral origin, as bistre, umber, cappagh brown, etc. Brown as a colour is associated with the earth and with soil. With ordinary or working activities or people. Brown is a drab, peasant or poor colour. B...
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Brown

Brown is British slang for non-silver coins.
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brown

Of a dark colour, of various shades between black and red or yellow. 'Cheeks brown as the oak leaves.' (Longfellow) Brown Bess, the old regulation flintlock smoothbore musket, with bronzed barrel, formerly used in the British army. Brown bread Dark coloured bread; especially. A kind made of unbolted wheat flour, sometimes called in the United State...
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Brown

Saanvla, Khaki
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Brown

The USS Brown was an American Fletcher Class destroyer of 2050 tons displacement built under the 1940-41 programme. The USS Brown was powered by four Babcock and Wilcox boilers providing a top speed of 36 knots. She carried a complement of 353 and was armed with five 5 inch guns; six 40 mm Bofors anti-aircraft guns; ten 20 mm Oerlikon anti-aircraft...
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