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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
brown (adjective)
of the color brown , especially of dark or tanned complexion
brown (noun)
1.
any of a group of colors between red and yellow in hue, of medium to low lightness, and of moderate to low saturation
2.
a brown-skinned person
3.
- brown trout
brown (verb)
intransitive verb
transitive verb
to become brown to make brown
Brown (biographical name)
Charles Brockden 1771–1810 Am. nov.
Brown (biographical name)
Ford Mad*ox 1821–1893 Eng. painter - bixbro11.wav ˈma-dəks
Brown (biographical name)
George 1818–1880 Canad. (Scot.-born) journalist & polit.
Brown (biographical name)
Herbert C(harles) 1912–2004 Am. (Eng.-born) chem.
Brown (biographical name)
(James) Gordon 1951–     British prime min. (2007–  )
Brown (biographical name)
John 1800–1859 Am. abolitionist - Old Brown of Osa*wat*o*mie bixbro10.wav ˌō-sə-ˈwä-tə-mē
Brown (biographical name)
Michael Stuart 1941–     Am. biochemist
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