In their season he gathers cresses and blackberries, the embrowned nuts constituting an autumn in themselves.
They noticed one another's embrowned complexions, but embraced silently.
The shadowy black figures of pedestrians moved up, down, and across the embrowned roadway.
Her arms were embrowned by exposure, but her forehead was not brown.
There was an intellectual expression in his high, thoughtful brow, embrowned though it was by exposure.
They sat for a while in the embrowned sunshine of the dusty room.
The ears were embrowned with the continual beams of the sun, and, oppressed with the weight of their grain, bended from the stalk.
Crisp cresses from the springs constitute an important source of income, and the embrowned nuts of autumn a harvest in themselves.
The embrowned nuts of autumn he turns to profitable account.
As he looked, he fancied that he could detect objects moving above the tall grass, embrowned with the tints of autumn.