One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Having a light brown color like that of milky coffee.‘coffee-colored creek water’‘he was wearing a coffee-colored jacket’
- ‘Its sauce—a bold, coffee-colored liquid—mashes ginger, palm sugar, garlic, apples, and sesame oil.’
- ‘The water reeked, was coffee-colored, and had a pungent overtone because of waste from the nearby pulp-and-paper mill.’
- ‘From birth I have been blessed with a coffee-coloured birth mark near my mouth.’
- ‘The coffee-colored interior of our test car looked clean and modern.’
- ‘It is a good job I was wearing coffee-coloured trousers when the ball hit my cup and sent it flying in my direction.’
- ‘She'd pulled her coffee-colored curls into a pile on top of her head with a few stray ringlets making their escape.’
- ‘Coffee-colored floodwaters cascaded downstream from the Colorado Rockies on Friday.’
- ‘Our Deluxe room on the 23rd floor was spacious, with modern decor of coffee-coloured walls, a tall leather headboard, and curtains in a brown satin fabric.’
- ‘She opted for a pretty coffee-colored lipstick paired with dark liner and soft shadow.’
- ‘Seemingly endless rain turned the normally scenic rivers and creeks into coffee-colored rapids.’
- ‘The interior is light coffee-coloured leather with matching carpets.’
- ‘I'm in a white teeshirt and coffee-colored cotton shorts.’
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