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nutbrown

[ nuht-broun ]
/ ˈnʌtˈbraʊn /
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adjective

dark brown, as many nuts when ripe.

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Origin of nutbrown

1250–1300; Middle English. See nut, brown
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British Dictionary definitions for nutbrown

nutbrown
/ (ˈnʌtˈbraʊn) /

adjective

of a brownish colour, esp a reddish-brownnutbrown hair
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