One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
hazel, chocolate-coloured, coffee-coloured, cocoa-coloured, nut-brown
sepia, mahogany, umber, burnt sienna
beige, buff, tan, fawn, biscuit, camel, café au lait, caramel, mushroom
bay, sorrel, dun, brindle, brindled
auburn, tawny, coppery, chestnut, bronze, russet
2‘his skin was brown from the wind and the sun’
tanned, suntanned, perma-tanned, sunburned, browned, bronze, bronzed, weather-beaten
dark, swarthy, dusky
1‘the grill browns food evenly as it turns on the turntable’
singe, sear, seal, crisp, crisp up
grill, toast, barbecue, fry, sauté, bake
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