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noun: 1. A reddish brown color. 2. A brown pigment originally made from the cuttlefish ink. 3. A drawing made with this pigment. 4. A monochrome photograph in this color.
adjective: Of a reddish-brown color.
From Latin sepia (cuttlefish), from Greek sepia (cuttlefish). Earliest documented use: 1569.
“I know it sounds strange to invoke the sepia-toned suffering of the 1930s when we’re talking about an economy that has only 5.1 percent unemployment.”
Matt O’Brien; Brexit’ and the Far Right’s Rise in UK and Elsewhere; The Washington Post; Jun 1, 2016.
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