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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
brown
I.adjective
COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES
a brown/white etc envelope
▪ There was a large brown envelope on his desk.
a green/brown/yellow etc leaf
▪ the deep green leaves of the coconut trees
a red/brown/dark etc stain
▪ There was a brown stain on the bedroom ceiling.
black/brown etc
▪ Her shoes and handbag were brown.
brown goodsBritish English (= electrical goods that provide entertainment at home such as televisions and stereo systems)
▪ The company has 22 percent of the total market for brown goods.
brown goods
brown rice
brown rice
▪ a plate of brown rice
brown sugar
brown
▪ Her hair was pale brown.
brown/blue/grey/green
▪ Both their children have blue eyes.
dark brown/pale brown
▪ His eyes are dark brown.
dark brown/pale brown
▪ His eyes are dark brown.
dark/brown/black
▪ a girl with beautiful dark skin
hash browns
the leaves turn red/brown etc (=become red, brown etc)
▪ The maple leaves had turned a fiery red.
the Smith/Jones/Brown etc family
▪ The Smith family are living in temporary accommodation.
white/brown bread
▪ Would you like white bread or brown bread?
COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
■ NOUN
bear
▪ Elsewhere these plains are home to the great grey owl and the shy brown bear.
▪ Zeus got after her one morning in the guise of a brown bear.
▪ And lo! how doth the brown bear frolic upon a bank of sempiternal moss!
▪ White bears can creep up on seals much more easily than brown bears can.
bread
▪ On home-baked brown bread it takes the place of butter.
▪ The immediate success of these fillings, and the brown bread they came in, reflected John Bull's broadening palate.
▪ He came back with two slices of dark brown bread and a semi-transparent lump of fat on the top.
▪ Why should popular opinion hold that brown bread or brown sugar are so much healthier than the refined, white versions?
Bread is usually white, although she buys wholegrain brown bread occasionally.
▪ Sausages and sauerkraut with brown bread.
▪ And guar improves the texture of brown bread.
▪ Thus creating a succulently flavoured ham that goes perfectly with a watercress and avocado salad and a few slices of brown bread.
colour
▪ The addition of iron oxide produced a darker brown colour in the glaze under reducing conditions.
▪ His crinkly hair was a glossy brown colour still unmarked by grey; his moustache was neat and trim.
▪ This, in traditional form, is a treacly brown colour and lends a definite antique air to what you are polishing.
▪ Make caramel sauce by cooking butter and sugar in a pan until it turns a rich brown colour.
▪ It dyes wool a reddish brown colour, distinctively well known and often referred to in either language as crotal.
▪ Kremer bistre ink is made to an original recipe and has a deep transparent brown colour.
▪ If a painter wishes to paint a sombre portrait, he first covers the canvas entirely with a dull brown colour.
▪ Strong tea can be used in the same way for a lovely brown colour.
envelope
▪ When he brings his hands out of his pockets, the newspaper masks the brown envelope that he is holding.
▪ The salary was packaged in a small brown envelope.
▪ Each one was labelled with a box number and contained a large brown envelope.
▪ It was a brown envelope with a Yale key inside.
▪ He got out the brown envelope and spread the photographs on his lap.
▪ That night at the meeting, Karen had a big brown envelope in her bag.
▪ This time it was discovered in a brown envelope at the foot of a box.
▪ No job given without whispers of brown envelopes.
face
▪ Waves of lacquer black hair curved above their brown faces.
▪ Her wrinkled brown face was surrounded by white hair.
▪ The old McClean had his hat in his hand, his brown face turned upward into the sun.
▪ He was wearing rough clothes, and he was about sixty, with a brown face and long grey hair.
▪ He was a thin, tough-looking man, about forty years old, with a brown face.
▪ At any rate Shiva's face was not among the several brown faces.
▪ A round, plump, jolly, brown face that he remembered from back last summer, when all this business started.
hair
▪ She had long wavy brown hair, and a gentle, kind face.
▪ Millar himself is a young-looking man in his mid-thirties with dark brown hair and the demeanor and bearing of a born enthusiast.
▪ This one had lustreless brown hair, very straight, hanging about a pale, underground face.
▪ It was warm brown hair, the color of old honey.
▪ She had light brown hair tied, like Patsy's, with ribbon.
▪ Marsha runs a hand through her thick, brown hair.
▪ He had a bald spot, under a straggle of brown hair, and a ratty Fu Manchu moustache.
▪ Drawn face, brown hair, big mouth, freckles.
leather
▪ Charlie's eyes settled on the officer's Sam Browne belt and brown leather shoes.
▪ She wore brown leather shoes with pointed toes and high heels.
▪ Skintight jeans tucked into a pair of brown leather boots and a terrific figure.
▪ I warned him, looking down at my brown leather boots.
▪ He was wearing a brown leather jacket, black jeans and was carrying in a blue holdall.
▪ Then he put on the pair of brown leather cloves he had stuck into his overcoat pocket.
▪ He was wearing a peaked cap of brown leather and a long black overcoat.
paper
▪ Her pups were now piled together in a cardboard box lined with an old woollen jumper and several sheets of brown paper.
▪ The tellers began wrapping up the ballots in brown paper and masking tape.
▪ Bob had a brown paper poke in his hand from which he was eating magic mushrooms as if they were lemon drops.
▪ Into the picture walked a man drinking from a quart bottle of beer partially concealed in a brown paper bag.
▪ A brown paper parcel arrived by special delivery.
▪ To her relief, Ludovico walked in through the open front door, carrying two enormous brown paper bags.
▪ The parcel was substantial, tightly wrapped in brown paper, crisscrossed by waxed brown twine with many knots.
▪ Paint was flaking from door and window frames, cracked glass in an upstairs window was held together with paste and brown paper.
rice
▪ Serve with brown rice and a chicory and orange salad.
▪ Mannke likes to serve his chili with beans and brown rice, which helps mop up the zesty flavors.
▪ Wild rice, more than corn, brown rice, or oats, evokes a mood and a feeling.
▪ Good sources include brown rice, wholewheat, bran, barley, pulses, carrots and apples.
▪ The dish can be served as a first course or as a light dinner entree with brown rice.
▪ Add the cooked brown rice, honey, and buttermilk and mix.
skin
▪ She was attractive in a plump, slovenly way, with a mass of jet-black curls, dark eyes and brown skin.
▪ Roast chicken emerges with a crisp mahogany brown skin and tender, juicy meat.
▪ She smeared after-sun milk on her satin brown skin before joining Steve at the table with her drink.
▪ Opening the brown skin with his fingernail, Mitchell peeled a plantain and sliced the dry-smelling fruit lengthwise into strips.
▪ She knew Rose's smell, her milk and sweat, her brown skin.
▪ She was slim, five feet four inches tall, and had medium brown skin.
▪ He had a brown skin, black hair, bright eyes and strong white teeth.
▪ Then there are the codling; wonderful eating and nothing like that tasteless stuff you buy with a crispy brown skin.
sugar
▪ I've put a sprinkling of brown sugar and a dash of milk on it.
▪ In another bowl, place brown sugar, softened butter and flour; mix until mixture is lumpy.
▪ Meanwhile place apples, water, peel and soft brown sugar and cinnamon in a pan and simmer until tender.
▪ Combine cup brown sugar, pecans and 1 teaspoon cinnamon and sprinkle over batter.
▪ Add the soy sauce, brown sugar and vinegar, and process again.
▪ In medium bowl, combine brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, milk and eggs; blend well.
▪ Cream well the brown sugar, shortening and egg.
suit
▪ He had refused to buy any new clothes for the wedding but the brown suit had been brushed and pressed.
▪ Five men in brown suits sat beside each other on a bench in front of the largest structure.
▪ His wattle throat sagged above his careful tie and clean brown suit.
▪ Uncle Art bending over, having a coughing fit, spilling coffee on his good brown suit.
▪ He was dressed in a crumpled brown suit with a brown shirt and tie.
▪ She bought him a new brown suit and a new white shirt.
▪ Fashion critics chuckled when Ronald Reagan wore his brown suits while president.
trout
▪ The first two are good brown trout waters.
▪ Richard Reinwald caught the California state record brown trout.
▪ The loch is full of wild brown trout; where a basket of thirty trout is the rule, rather than the exception.
▪ And the fishing for brown trout on the nearby lochs is equally excellent.
▪ These large fish are called ferox, a distinct species of brown trout that make their living by eating their smaller brethren.
▪ The best Scourie brown trout lochs require a fair degree of fitness to reach.
▪ Thousands of tiny salmon and brown trout died as slurry robbed the stream of oxygen.
water
▪ They fought through the night to stop the brown water creeping across their back yard.
▪ I would watch gulls wheel above the Thames while brown water laps the river walls.
▪ Five minutes later they stood on the grassy bank looking down at the brown water.
▪ Farther along I saw a kid standing in the gutter in a pool of brown water.
▪ Bogwood looks particularly good and the staining gives brown water that looks very natural in the estuarine aquarium.
EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
▪ a brown shirt
▪ Her skin gets really brown in the summer.
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ Dim lights shone in brown parlour windows and there was a trail of yellow in the purpling sky behind the chimneys.
▪ He left and came back with a brown bag that he threw the bundles into.
▪ His thick brown hair fell down the sides of his face.
▪ Riker flew to the lone hill covered with tall brown grass and a few small trees.
▪ Tall and thin, with dark brown hair, and blue eyes, he was an engineer.
▪ The floor combined brown linoleum with brown and black tile.
▪ There were angry feelings on her part because we weren't brown like her.
II.noun
COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
■ ADJECTIVE
dark
▪ All three stores looked lighter and brighter after the dark blues and browns of their old decor gave way to pastel colours.
▪ Soon they will all be dark brown.
▪ His hair was dark brown and tied back with a red string.
▪ His skin was dark, dark brown, his head perfectly slick, his ear pierced by a tiny gold ring.
▪ His hair was dark brown and he was struggling to grow a mustache that only made him look like a fugitive.
▪ Its resting color in the box was not the same dark brown it seemed to like when out of the mirrored box.
▪ Veins are often dark reddish brown and the blade somewhat ornamented by reddish brown irregular spots.
golden
▪ Dry-fry the chicken until golden brown.
▪ Cook on both sides until golden brown, then drain on paper towel.
▪ Rub a little salt and pepper into the chicken and dry-fry the chicken until golden brown on both sides.
▪ Bake in a preheated oven at 200C, 400F or Gas Mark 6 for 30 minutes until golden brown.
▪ Place the almonds on a baking sheet and bake them, stirring occasionally, until golden brown, about 10 minutes.
▪ Bake in a 400-degree oven for 30 to 35 minutes or until golden brown.
■ NOUN
hash
▪ He had a trick of chopping up frying hash browns with the edge of an empty baking powder can.
▪ Now you can get pancakes, waffles and omelets with hash browns.
▪ If you are having hot cakes, also order hash browns.
▪ His western omelet comes with hash browns on the side and a superfluous garnish of an orange slice and parsley.
▪ Some picked at plates of eggs and hash browns until the session was called to order.
▪ An Egg McMuffin, hash browns and orange juice is more reasonable.
PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
medium brown/blue etc
▪ Beyond Volkswagens and medium blue cars or big black cars, Carla could not tell one car from the other.
▪ It came in two colours, medium brown or medium grey; it shone with a slightly oily sheen.
▪ She was slim, five feet four inches tall, and had medium brown skin.
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ As the farmers plow their fields, some of the pastures seem striped; others are rich brown.
▪ As the wind breathes over it seems to find colours: yellows and browns and greens out there.
▪ Bamboo pieces also suit rooms painted white and in shades of green, browns and neutrals.
▪ Her hair was a thick glossy bush of pale fawn brown, not quite shoulder-length.
▪ The rising sun slowly turns the drab greys and dull browns of the mountains to patches of pale gold and dusty pinks.
▪ There is an enormous range of colours available, from bright reds and yellows, through buffs and browns, to purplish-black.
▪ Thus the blacks on the boats reflect as lighter richer browns.
III.verb
COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
■ ADVERB
lightly
▪ Place in a hot heavy-based pan or wok and cook until lightly browned, stirring occasionally.
▪ Add remaining 2 tablespoons oil to pan and saute onion and garlic until lightly browned.
▪ Cook the dumplings over a medium heat until they are lightly browned underneath.
▪ Bake 30 minutes or until topping is lightly browned.
▪ Put it in an oven-proof dish, and in the remaining fat lightly brown some sliced onions and bacon.
▪ Add tuna patties and cook, turning once, about 6 minutes per side or until lightly browned.
▪ Bake at 350 degrees until edges are lightly browned, 25 to 30 minutes.
▪ Heat, add shallots and mushrooms, and saute until very lightly browned.
nicely
▪ Turn and continue cooking until nicely browned, 2 to 3 minutes.
▪ Place quail on rack in roasting pan and roast until nicely browned, about 9 to 10 minutes.
off
▪ But the results of the Christmas consumer test will give new heart to anyone browned off by the festive ripoff syndrome.
▪ Outside, some kids, browned off with the phone-booth, had snapped a sapling rowan in half.
■ NOUN
minutes
▪ Heat the oil and gently fry the spring onions without browning for a few minutes.
▪ When hot, add fish and brown about 2 minutes per side.
▪ Bake at 350 degrees until bread crumbs are lightly browned, about 30 minutes.
▪ In the same skillet, cook the onion until wilted and browning, about 8 minutes.
▪ Drop the mixture by tablespoons and brown a few minutes on each side until they are crisp.
▪ Cook until browned, about 5 minutes.
▪ Cook bacon in bottom of roasting pan over medium-low heat until browned, about 10 minutes.
side
▪ Dry-fry the pork in a non-stick pan for a few minutes until browned on both sides.
▪ Turn and brown on second side.
▪ In a large saute pan, cook the pork in batches over high heat until browned on all sides.
▪ Carefully add polenta and cook until browned on both sides, about 2 minutes on each side.
▪ Drop corn mixture by dollops into skillet and saute until lightly browned on both sides.
▪ Add the lamb shanks, in batches if necessary, and brown all sides, about 15 minutes.
▪ Melt 2 tablespoons margarine in a large skillet and cook three sandwiches in margarine until browned, turning to brown both sides.
■ VERB
cook
▪ Place in a hot heavy-based pan or wok and cook until lightly browned, stirring occasionally.
▪ Turn and continue cooking until nicely browned, 2 to 3 minutes.
▪ Add garlic and onions and cook until slightly browned.
▪ To make stuffing, crumble chorizo and place in a skillet. Cook until browned, about 5 minutes.
▪ Remove and reserve with duck. Cook kielbasa until browned, about 10 minutes.
EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
Brown the meat in a frying pan.
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ Cook for about 2 minutes, shaking the pan until the yams are lightly browned. 3.
▪ Even when the blossom was browned by heavy frost just before Christmas, it took only a fortnight to recover.
▪ In a large, heavy-bottomed pot, heat oil and saute carcasses until browned.
▪ Once they are well browned, add the next four ingredients.
▪ Saute until shallots are soft but not browned.
▪ Saute, stirring often, until corn is lightly browned.
▪ We two browned by summer stood against the blanched stonework of Cliff House.
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Brown

Brown \Brown\, v. i. To become brown.

Brown

Brown \Brown\, n. 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.

Brown

Brown \Brown\ (broun), a. [Compar. Browner; superl. Brownest.] [OE. brun, broun, AS. br?n; akin to D. bruin, OHG. br?n, Icel. br?nn, Sw. brun, Dan. bruun, G. braun, Lith. brunas, Skr. babhru. [root]93, 253. Cf. Bruin, Beaver, Burnish, Brunette.] Of a dark color, 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

  1. Dark colored bread; esp. a kind made of unbolted wheat flour, sometimes called in the United States Graham bread. ``He would mouth with a beggar though she smelt brown bread and garlic.''
    --Shak.

  2. Dark colored bread made of rye meal and Indian meal, or of wheat and rye or Indian; rye and Indian bread. [U.S.]

    Brown coal, wood coal. See Lignite.

    Brown hematite or Brown iron ore (Min.), the hydrous iron oxide, limonite, which has a brown streak. See Limonite.

    Brown holland. See under Holland.

    Brown paper, dark colored paper, esp. coarse wrapping paper, made of unbleached materials.

    Brown spar (Min.), a ferruginous variety of dolomite, in part identical with ankerite.

    Brown stone. See Brownstone.

    Brown stout, a strong kind of porter or malt liquor.

    Brown study, a state of mental abstraction or serious reverie.
    --W. Irving.

Brown

Brown \Brown\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Browned; p. pr. & vb. n. Browning.]

  1. To make brown or dusky.

    A trembling twilight o'er welkin moves, Browns the dim void and darkens deep the groves.
    --Barlow.

  2. To make brown by scorching slightly; as, to brown meat or flour.

  3. To give a bright brown color to, as to gun barrels, by forming a thin coat of oxide on their surface.
    --Ure.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
brown

Old English brun "dark, dusky," developing a definite color sense only 13c., from Proto-Germanic *brunaz (cognates: Old Norse brunn, Danish brun, Old Frisian and Old High German brun, Dutch bruin, German braun), from PIE *bher- (3) "shining, brown" (cognates: Lithuanian beras "brown"), related to *bheros "dark animal" (compare beaver, bear (n.), and Greek phrynos "toad," literally "the brown animal").\n

\nThe Old English word also had a sense of "brightness, shining," preserved only in burnish. The Germanic word was adopted into Romanic (Middle Latin brunus, Italian and Spanish bruno, French brun). Brown Bess, slang name for old British Army flintlock musket, first recorded 1785.

brown

"brown color," c.1600, from brown (adj.).

brown

c.1300, "to become brown," from brown (adj.). From 1560s as "to make brown." Related: Browned; browning.

Wiktionary
brown
  1. 1 Having a brown colour. 2 (context obsolete English) gloomy. 3 (context sometimes capitalized English) Of or relating to any of various ethnic groups having dark pigmentation of the skin. n. 1 A colour like that of chocolate or coffee. 2 (context snooker English) One of the colour balls used in snooker, with a value of 4 points. 3 black tar heroin. 4 (context sometimes capitalised English) A person of Middle Eastern, Latino or South Asian descent; a brown-skinned person; someone of mulatto or biracial appearance v

  2. 1 To become brown. 2 (context cooking English) To cook something until it becomes brown. 3 To tan. 4 (context transitive English) To make brown or dusky. 5 (context transitive English) To give a bright brown colour to, as to gun barrels, by forming a thin coating of oxide on their surface. 6 (label en demography slang) To turn progressively more Hispanic or Latino, in the context of the population of a geographic region.

WordNet
brown

adj. of a color similar to that of wood or earth [syn: brownish, dark-brown]

brown
  1. n. an orange of low brightness and saturation [syn: brownness]

  2. Scottish botanist who first observed the movement of small particles in fluids now known a Brownian motion (1773-1858) [syn: Robert Brown]

  3. abolitionist who was hanged after leading an unsuccessful raid at Harper's Ferry, Virginia (1800-1858) [syn: John Brown]

  4. a university in Rhode Island [syn: Brown University]

brown

v. fry in a pan until it changes color; "brown the meat in the pan"

Gazetteer
Brown -- U.S. County in Illinois
Population (2000): 6950
Housing Units (2000): 2456
Land area (2000): 305.648958 sq. miles (791.627134 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 1.590768 sq. miles (4.120069 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 307.239726 sq. miles (795.747203 sq. km)
Located within: Illinois (IL), FIPS 17
Location: 39.950254 N, 90.740237 W
Headwords:
Brown
Brown, IL
Brown County
Brown County, IL
Brown -- U.S. County in Kansas
Population (2000): 10724
Housing Units (2000): 4815
Land area (2000): 570.674427 sq. miles (1478.039918 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 1.521689 sq. miles (3.941157 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 572.196116 sq. miles (1481.981075 sq. km)
Located within: Kansas (KS), FIPS 20
Location: 39.813050 N, 95.562704 W
Headwords:
Brown
Brown, KS
Brown County
Brown County, KS
Brown -- U.S. County in Indiana
Population (2000): 14957
Housing Units (2000): 7163
Land area (2000): 312.264196 sq. miles (808.760520 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 4.357889 sq. miles (11.286879 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 316.622085 sq. miles (820.047399 sq. km)
Located within: Indiana (IN), FIPS 18
Location: 39.228538 N, 86.218138 W
Headwords:
Brown
Brown, IN
Brown County
Brown County, IN
Brown -- U.S. County in Minnesota
Population (2000): 26911
Housing Units (2000): 11163
Land area (2000): 610.863843 sq. miles (1582.130022 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 7.740608 sq. miles (20.048081 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 618.604451 sq. miles (1602.178103 sq. km)
Located within: Minnesota (MN), FIPS 27
Location: 44.255312 N, 94.696210 W
Headwords:
Brown
Brown, MN
Brown County
Brown County, MN
Brown -- U.S. County in Nebraska
Population (2000): 3525
Housing Units (2000): 1916
Land area (2000): 1221.279443 sq. miles (3163.099102 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 3.796873 sq. miles (9.833856 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1225.076316 sq. miles (3172.932958 sq. km)
Located within: Nebraska (NE), FIPS 31
Location: 42.534188 N, 99.871572 W
Headwords:
Brown
Brown, NE
Brown County
Brown County, NE
Brown -- U.S. County in Ohio
Population (2000): 42285
Housing Units (2000): 17193
Land area (2000): 491.758790 sq. miles (1273.649365 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 3.457361 sq. miles (8.954523 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 495.216151 sq. miles (1282.603888 sq. km)
Located within: Ohio (OH), FIPS 39
Location: 38.926434 N, 83.872440 W
Headwords:
Brown
Brown, OH
Brown County
Brown County, OH
Brown -- U.S. County in Texas
Population (2000): 37674
Housing Units (2000): 17889
Land area (2000): 943.852819 sq. miles (2444.567475 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 13.083689 sq. miles (33.886597 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 956.936508 sq. miles (2478.454072 sq. km)
Located within: Texas (TX), FIPS 48
Location: 31.772058 N, 98.998706 W
Headwords:
Brown
Brown, TX
Brown County
Brown County, TX
Brown -- U.S. County in South Dakota
Population (2000): 35460
Housing Units (2000): 15861
Land area (2000): 1713.069884 sq. miles (4436.830444 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 18.138538 sq. miles (46.978597 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1731.208422 sq. miles (4483.809041 sq. km)
Located within: South Dakota (SD), FIPS 46
Location: 45.538665 N, 98.381992 W
Headwords:
Brown
Brown, SD
Brown County
Brown County, SD
Brown -- U.S. County in Wisconsin
Population (2000): 226778
Housing Units (2000): 90199
Land area (2000): 528.675390 sq. miles (1369.262916 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 86.749594 sq. miles (224.680408 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 615.424984 sq. miles (1593.943324 sq. km)
Located within: Wisconsin (WI), FIPS 55
Location: 44.493492 N, 88.032769 W
Headwords:
Brown
Brown, WI
Brown County
Brown County, WI
Wikipedia
Brown

Brown is a composite color. In the CMYK color model used in printing or painting, brown is made by combining red, black, and yellow, or red, yellow, and blue. In the RGB color model used to project colors onto television screens and computer monitors, brown is made by combining red and green, in specific proportions. The brown color is seen widely in nature, in wood, soil, human hair color, eye color and skin pigmentation. Brown is the color of dark wood or rich soil. According to public opinion surveys in Europe and the United States, brown is the least favorite color of the public; the color most often associated with plainness, the rustic, and poverty.

Brown (P.O.D. album)

Brown is the second studio album by metal group P.O.D.. The album was released on Rescue Records. It was initially released on October 8, 1996, and sold out quickly. The original issue is considered a very desirable collectible by fans and has different artwork. It was remastered, remixed and re-released in 2000 by Diamante. Many fans prefer the chunkier sound of the original issue.

Brown (disambiguation)

Brown is a color.

Brown may also refer to:

Brown (crater)

Brown is a lunar impact crater that is located in the southeast part of the Moon, to the southwest of the prominent ray crater Tycho. Northwest of Brown is the crater Wilhelm, and to the west is Montanari.

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.

Brown (surname)

Brown is an English-language surname in origin chiefly descriptive of a person with brown hair, complexion or clothing. It is one of the most common surnames in English-speaking countries. It is the second most common surname in Canada and Scotland, third most common in Australia and fourth most common in England and the United States. It is particularly clustered in southern Scotland.

Brown (Middlesex cricketer)

Brown (first name and dates unknown) was an English cricketer who made 2 known appearances in first-class matches from 1789 to 1791. He was mainly associated with Middlesex.

Brown (Grotus album)

Brown is the debut studio album of Grotus, released in 1991 by Spirit Music Industries.

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.

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 colour. In racialist anthropology, the colour brown and the term brown people were used to describe a series of hypothesized racial groups that included various populations from North Africa, the Horn of Africa, Western Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, North America, and South America. In Brazil, brown people is a cognate term for pardo.

Usage examples of "brown".

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His earnest brown eyes seemed to reflect her pain as she and her husband passed on, to her young adviser Saric, and his assistant, Incomo.

In all his life he had never been anywhere as unequivocally alien as here, inside a giant torus of cold, compressed gas orbiting a black hole - itself in orbit around a brown dwarf body light years from the nearest star - its exterior studded with ships - most of them the jaggedly bulbous shapes of Affront craft - and full, in the main, of happy, space-faring Affronters and their collection of associated victim-species.

Put two tablespoonfuls of butter into a frying-pan, when hot slice in one large onion and brown it, add one-half can of tomatoes, season with one teaspoonful of pepper, one-half teaspoonful of allspice, some finely chopped parsley, and one-half cupful of tomato catsup.

He lost his footing on the brown floor and fell, pulling her down with him, discovering to his amazement that this floor was soft as a bed.

He had donned a loose white shirt and tan knee breeches over white stockings and, amazingly, brown brass-buckled shoes.

I should have wished to have limited my story to Beaufort and his message, but as the council seemed to be intent upon hearing a full account of my journey, I told in as short and simple speech as I could the various passages which had befallen me--the ambuscado of the smugglers, the cave, the capture of the gauger, the journey in the lugger, the acquaintance with Farmer Brown, my being cast into prison, with the manner of my release and the message wherewith I had been commissioned.

The amputated finger was wrapped up in a piece of brown paper, and, being apparently healthy and the wound absolutely clean, it was fixed in the normal position on the stump, and covered by a bichlorid dressing.

Most of the immense, ugly structure, which had always looked like the box some other building had been shipped in, was now occupied only by tax accountants, 3V producers, whores, mosquitoes, anthologists, brokers, blimp-race betting agencies, public-relations firms, travel agents, and other telephone-booth Indians, plus hordes and torrents of plague-bearing brown rats and their starving fleas.

The sexual acts in which Richard Hudson engaged each of these three women involved a high degree of probability that they would result in their deaths, and he committed those acts for a base, antisocial purpose and with wanton disregard for the lives of Victoria Mitten, Jane Sorensen, and Marian Browning.

A curious appendicular finger glowed crimson amid the dour browns and greens of the earth, prodding out from the bottom of the main land mass.

A lesser or student grade in judo, indicated by belts of assorted colors: white, yellow, orange, green, blue, purple, or brown.

The front doors behind open and Nakano with Baga Nimbu, a medium in height Master with long brown hair, no discernable pupils, and a muscled frame enter.

A trifle pale, but that may have been the effect of her black clothing, rigid from the waist up, her shoes turned outward as befits a ballet dancer, she carried her school satchel -- which was brown, of artificial leather -- to school and her leek-green, dawn-red, and air-blue gym bags, dyed black, to Oliva or to the theater, and returned punctually and pigeon-toed, more well behaved than rebellious, to Elsenstrasse.

Anyway, copious quantities of hydrogen gas were pouring from the shaft maw, coming from the rent where the unfortunate brown man had fallen into a ballonet and suffocated.