All are oval and abruptly pointed, thick and firm in texture, turning yellow or russet brown in autumn.
Tertiary Colours are three only, citrine, russet, and olive.
Varney was muffled in a russet cloak, so that I saw not his face.
Inside was an elderly lady, and in her arms was a russet Pekingese.
He was only about a foot high, and he was dressed all in russet brown, and his face was just like a wrinkled apple.
Patent-leather or russet boots are not correct in the field.
Green, too, is the moss, fresh and velvety in the shadows; tinged with russet and gold where the sun has caught it.
He himself has a russet, weather-beaten face, bounded by silvery hair.
The male of the chalicodome or mason-bee is russet, the far more beautiful female is a fine velvety black with deep violet wings.
Having no covering of russet, but only slight traces of russety stripes.
mid-13c., "cloth of reddish-brown color," also (early 15c.) the color of this, from Old French rousset, from rosset (adj.) "reddish," diminutive of ros, rous "red," from Latin russus, which is related to ruber "red," from PIE *reudh- "red" (see red (adj.1)). As an adjective from late 14c. The word was applied to a type of apples first in 1620s, to a type of pears 1725.