Of a color produced by mixing red, yellow, and black, as of dark wood or rich soil
an old brown coat
she had warm brown eyes
Dark-skinned or suntanned
his face was brown from the sun
(of bread) Made from a dark, unsifted, or unbleached flour
Make or become brown, typically by cooking
a skillet in which food has been browned
bake the pizza until the cheese has browned
Brown color or pigment
the brown of his eyes
a pair of boots in brown
the print is rich with velvety browns
Brown clothes or material
a woman all in brown
an orange of low brightness and saturation
fry in a pan until it changes color; "brown the meat in the pan"
of a color similar to that of wood or earth
(of skin) deeply suntanned
Scottish botanist who first observed the movement of small particles in fluids now known a Brownian motion (1773-1858)
embrown: make brown in color; "the draught browned the leaves on the trees in the yard"
Brown is a color term, denoting a range of composite colors produced by a mixture of orange, red, rose, or yellow with black or gray. The term is from Old English brún, in origin for any dusky or dark shade of color. ...
Brown is the second studio album by Metal group P.O.D.. The album was released on Rescue Records. It was initially released on October 8, 1996, and sold out quickly. The original issue is considered a very desirable collectible by fans and has different artwork. ...
Brown is a lunar impact crater that is located in the southeast part of the Moon, to the southwest of the prominent ray crater Tycho. Northwest of Brown is the crater Wilhelm, and to the west is Montanari.
USS Brown (DD-546) was a of the United States Navy, named for George Brown, a seaman on the crew of USS Intrepid during the raid that destroyed the captured USS Philadelphia in Tripoli harbor during the First Barbary War.
Fender Amplifiers have a long history. Leo Fender began building guitar amps before he started manufacturing guitars. The first of these amps were the K&F models, which were produced between 1945 and 1946. ...
Brown is the debut album of the Experimental band Grotus.
A colour like that of chocolate or coffee; One of the colour balls used in snooker with a value of 4 points; To become brown; To cook something until it becomes brown; To tan; Having a brown colour
(“browns”) The term "browns" is used to denote organic materials high in carbon, more specifically, materials whose carbon to nitrogen ratio is higher than 30:1. (Materials high in nitrogen are referred to as "greens"). ...
(BROWNS) Alma (copper) 1854, Bismarck (nutmeg) 1867, Bois de Rose (light reddish brown) 1866, Egytian (mace) 1809, Orleans (rose beige) 1832.
(Browns) Home, Road, Home Alt, Road Alt - These are almost unchanged, just more room for the stripes. I brought back orange pants but I can't remember how they turned out in real life but I thought I'd give 'em a shot as the alternate.
(Browns) carbon rich compostable materials. Usually dry as well.
quickly searing food to enhance flavor; most often done at the beginning of the cooking process
Generally, when a recipe says to "brown", it refers to cooking quickly in a hot pan, on the grill or under a broiler until all sides turn golden or brown in color. The purpose is to seal in the juices and add flavor.
To briefly fry meat, poultry, etc., in a little hot fat until brown on the outside.
Sometimes difficult to separate from black or dark bay. This color can usually be distinguished by noting finer tan or brown hairs on the muzzles or flanks.
A color of horse, with a mixture of black and brown hairs on the body and black points.
The term applied to a copper coin that no longer has the red color of copper. It is abbreviated as BN when used as part of a grade or description.
A quick sautéing, pan/oven broiling, or grilling method done either at the beginning or end of meal preparation, often to enhance flavor, texture, or eye appeal.