verb (used with or without object)
- embroidery needle,
- embryo sac
Origin of embrown
Examples from the Web for embrowned
There was an intellectual expression in his high, thoughtful brow, embrowned though it was by exposure.Malaeska|Ann S. Stephens
In their season he gathers cresses and blackberries, the embrowned nuts constituting an autumn in themselves.
Crisp cresses from the springs constitute an important source of income, and the embrowned nuts of autumn a harvest in themselves.The Confessions of a Poacher|Anonymous
The embrowned nuts of autumn he turns to profitable account.
If the tenement selected for this honour could not be ancient and embrowned, it should at least have been detached.A Little Tour in France|Henry James