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adjective: Dark brown.
From Latin brunus (brown). Earliest documented use: 1815.
“It looked as though nature was taking over the planet. The colours were astounding. All shades of the brown: tawn, russet, chestnut, and filemot blending in perfectly with the reds of goldenrod, terracotta, sorrel, and rufous as the greens splashed sprays of apple, antique bronze, celadon, olive, and citrine all over the landscape like rivers of paint. I was driving on a veritable palette.
The way the trees contrasted so alarmingly with their brunneous barks left me agape.”
Derek Ghirlando; Doune; AuthorHouse; 2017.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Amateurs sit and wait for inspiration, the rest of us just get up and go to work. -Stephen King, novelist (b. 21 Sep 1947)