Brown synonyms

Brown synonyms DEFAULT

1. brown

adjective. ['ˈbraʊn'] of a color similar to that of wood or earth.

  • chocolate-brown
  • dark-brown
  • chromatic
  • uncolored
  • colored
  • blacken
  • stay
  • broun (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • brun (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

Words that Rhyme with Brown

  • abbottstown
  • abbotstown
  • run-down
  • mcquown
  • facedown
  • downtown
  • uptown
  • renown
  • mcgown
  • mccown
  • mccoun
  • frown
  • drown
  • crowne
  • crown
  • clown
  • towne
  • town
  • shoun
  • noun
  • lown
  • gown
  • downe
  • down
  • around

Example sentences of the word brown


1. Adjective
Draw wrinkle lines with a black or brown eyeliner on the forehead, mouth and hands following the veins.

2. Noun, singular or mass
Add some wrinkle lines to the forehead and mouth creases with a brown or black eyeliner pencil.

3. Particle
The first hard frost of winter will kill the foliage causing it to turn brown.

Quotes containing the word brown


1. I am a man"he told her, "and men do not consume pink beverages. Get thee gone woman, and bring me something brown.
- Cassandra Clare, City of Glass

2. Death must be so beautiful. To lie in the soft brown earth, with the grasses waving above one's head, and listen to silence. To have no yesterday, and no tomorrow. To forget time, to forgive life, to be at peace.
- Oscar Wilde, The Canterville Ghost

3. I love a sunburnt country,A land of sweeping plains,Of ragged mountain ranges,Of droughts and flooding rains.I love her far horizons,I love her jewel-sea,Her beauty and her terror –The wide brown land for me!
- Dorothea Mackellar, The Poems of Dorothea Mackellar

2. dark-brown

adjective. of a color similar to that of wood or earth.

  • chocolate-brown
  • chromatic
  • brown
  • uncolored
  • achromatic color
  • discolor
  • blond

3. yellow-brown

adjective. of a medium to dark brownish yellow color.

  • uncolored
  • off-white
  • blue-gray

4. brown

noun. ['ˈbraʊn'] an orange of low brightness and saturation.

  • umber
  • Vandyke brown
  • light brown
  • deep brown
  • spectral colour
  • mahogany
  • puce
  • buff
  • burnt umber
  • hazel
  • burnt sienna
  • Venetian red
  • taupe
  • caramel brown
  • reddish brown
  • caramel
  • olive brown
  • chromatic colour
  • raw sienna
  • chromatic color
  • chocolate
  • coffee
  • mocha
  • yellowish brown
  • brownness
  • chestnut
  • spectral color
  • whiten
  • colorless
  • uninterestingness
  • colorful
  • broun (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • brun (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

5. brown

verb. ['ˈbraʊn'] fry in a pan until it changes color.

  • broun (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • brun (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

6. Brown

noun. Scottish botanist who first observed the movement of small particles in fluids now known a Brownian motion (1773-1858).

7. brown

adjective. ['ˈbraʊn'] (of skin) deeply suntanned.

  • colorlessness
  • leader
  • chromatic color
  • broun (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • brun (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

8. Brown

noun. a university in Rhode Island.

  • Rhode Island
  • Ocean State
  • Brown University
  • RI
  • Little Rhody

9. Brown

noun. abolitionist who was hanged after leading an unsuccessful raid at Harper's Ferry, Virginia (1800-1859).

10. brown

verb. ['ˈbraʊn'] make brown in color.

  • colorise
  • colour
  • colour in
  • colourise
  • embrown
  • color in
  • color
  • colourize
  • black-and-white
  • brighten
  • bronze
  • colour
  • broun (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • brun (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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Synonyms for Brown:

What is another word for brown?

2716 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ bɹˈa͡ʊn], [ bɹˈa‍ʊn], [ b_ɹ_ˈaʊ_n]
  • adj.

    all (adjective)brown (adjective)
    • coconut,
    • Nut-brown,
    • copper,
    • toast,
    • chestnut,
    • sepia,
    • cinnamon,
    • cocoa,
    • chocolate,
    • fawn,
    • auburn,
    • drab,
    • burnt almond,
    • hazel,
    • coffee,
    • tawny,
    • walnut,
    • brunette,
    • partridge,
    • nut brown,
    • Cafe Au Lait,
    • dun,
    • acorn.
    brunette/brunet (adjective)dark, burnished color (adjective)
    • ecru,
    • ochre,
    • brick,
    • burnt sienna,
    • dust,
    • bay,
    • nut,
    • ginger,
    • russet,
    • puce,
    • terra-cotta,
    • buff,
    • bister,
    • sorrel,
    • snuff-colored,
    • rust.
    drab (adjective)
    • most characterless,
    • most zero,
    • more characterless,
    • more subfuse,
    • more zero,
    • de solate,
    • most subfuse,
    • most lusterless,
    • sub-fuse,
    • sub fuse,
    • un-inspired,
    • more lusterless,
    • de-solate,
    • un inspired,
    • un-changing,
    • un changing.
    Other relevant words: (adjective)
    • lusterless,
    • swarthy,
    • dark-skinned,
    • amber,
    • dull as dishwater,
    • browns,
    • darkish,
    • characterless,
    • subfuse,
    • goldens,
    • yellowishes,
    • dark-hued.
    sunburned (adjective)swarthy (adjective)
    • more dark skinned,
    • most dark skinned,
    • dark skinned,
    • more dark hued,
    • dark hued,
    • more dark-skinned,
    • most darkish,
    • darkhued,
    • most dark hued,
    • most dark-hued,
    • most darkhued,
    • more darkskinned,
    • more dark-hued,
    • more darkish,
    • most dark-skinned,
    • most darkskinned,
    • more darkhued,
    • darkskinned.
  • n.

    Robert Brown (noun)artifact (noun)attribute (noun)brown (noun)brownish (noun)brunette (noun)colors (noun)
    • lilac,
    • gunmetal,
    • primrose,
    • sapphire,
    • powder blue,
    • crimson,
    • cream,
    • turquoise,
    • plum,
    • fuchsia,
    • jade,
    • magnolia,
    • royal blue,
    • ruby,
    • pink,
    • ebony,
    • lemon,
    • oatmeal,
    • peach,
    • green,
    • ocher,
    • apricot,
    • navy,
    • burgundy,
    • gray,
    • mahogany,
    • red,
    • silver,
    • redness,
    • aquamarine,
    • claret,
    • cherry,
    • rose,
    • purple,
    • terra cotta,
    • aqua,
    • gold,
    • teal,
    • white,
    • periwinkle,
    • sienna,
    • orange,
    • cobalt,
    • mustard,
    • verdure,
    • mulberry,
    • lime,
    • cyan,
    • violet.
    Other relevant words: (noun)
    • sand,
    • olive brown,
    • suntan,
    • sander,
    • sands,
    • biscuit,
    • umber,
    • chromatic color,
    • Khakis,
    • olive-brown,
    • drabs,
    • biscuits,
    • saddler,
    • colour,
    • botanist,
    • swarts,
    • brownish,
    • naturals,
    • duskies,
    • tan,
    • suntans,
    • spectral color,
    • abolitionist,
    • plant scientist,
    • brunets,
    • Spectral Colour,
    • umbers,
    • bronzes,
    • cooking,
    • olive,
    • leather-colored,
    • olives,
    • university,
    • khaki,
    • tanneds,
    • tawnies,
    • creamer,
    • Chromatic Colour,
    • brownishes,
    • phytologist,
    • emancipationist.
    tan (noun)
    • more brownish,
    • more leathercolored,
    • more olive,
    • more olive-brown,
    • leather-coloreds,
    • leather coloreds,
    • most leathercolored,
    • most olive,
    • creamest,
    • leathercolored,
    • more leather-colored,
    • most leather-colored,
    • more olivebrown,
    • most olive brown,
    • more khaki,
    • olive-browns,
    • most umber,
    • more leather colored,
    • most leather colored,
    • leather colored,
    • most khaki,
    • most brownish,
    • more umber,
    • more suntan,
    • most olive-brown,
    • leathercoloreds,
    • more ecru,
    • most biscuit,
    • most ecru,
    • olive browns,
    • olivebrowns,
    • olivebrown,
    • most suntan,
    • saddlest.
  • n. & a.

    tan (noun, adjective)
  • v.

    change (verb)cook (verb)
    • micro waved,
    • micro-waved,
    • co-oked,
    • micro-waves,
    • escallops,
    • escalloping,
    • pressurecooking,
    • deep fried,
    • co oked,
    • Escalloped,
    • micro-wave,
    • pressurecook,
    • micro-waving,
    • pressurecooks,
    • micro waves,
    • french fried,
    • re-duce,
    • micro waving,
    • pressure-cooks,
    • deep fries,
    • pressure-cooked,
    • pressure cooks,
    • pressure cooked,
    • pressure cook,
    • re duce,
    • micro wave,
    • co oking,
    • pressure cooking,
    • co-oking,
    • re-duces,
    • pressure-cooking,
    • french frying,
    • re duces,
    • pressurecooked.
    Other relevant words: (verb)parch (verb)
    • de-hydrate,
    • de-hydrated,
    • de hydrates,
    • de hydrate,
    • dries up,
    • de-hydrates,
    • de hydrating,
    • de hydrated,
    • made thirsty,
    • makes thirsty,
    • making thirsty,
    • de-hydrating.
    sear (verb)
  • Other synonyms:

    • parboil,
    • trout,
    • rubicund,
    • peaches-and-cream,
    • tanned,
    • pigmentation,
    • reheat,
    • sweeten,
    • seal in,
    • color,
    • reduce,
    • broil,
    • wilt,
    • barbecue,
    • curry,
    • heat through,
    • henna,
    • coddle,
    • dusky,
    • zap,
    • bronzed,
    • griddle,
    • overdo,
    • stew,
    • overcook,
    • stir fry,
    • pallor,
    • charbroil,
    • chargrill,
    • thrush,
    • sallow.
    • boil down,
    • florid,
    • bronze,
    • whip up,
    • microwave,
    • pasty,
    • baste,
    • scald,
    • colored,
    • grill,
    • coloured,
    • jaundiced,
    • clarify.
    arachnid brunette cannabis ebony Other relevant words:
    • hack,
    • bust,
    • wizard,
    • beloved,
    • greens,
    • roasted,
    • grey-haired,
    • littoral zone,
    • leaving,
    • loot,
    • burp,
    • green river,
    • talk,
    • united states navy,
    • full general,
    • rubble,
    • blooded,
    • new world oriole,
    • discolor,
    • posterior,
    • come alive,
    • one thousand thousand,
    • subjugate,
    • grey-headed,
    • sauteing,
    • woebegone,
    • mess,
    • gourmandize,
    • screw up,
    • harlan fisk stone,
    • smuggled,
    • thick,
    • low,
    • sunshine,
    • rough,
    • captain cook,
    • stunner,
    • trash,
    • sky-blue,
    • bang,
    • disgraceful,
    • sales booth,
    • abrasive,
    • droop,
    • waste,
    • cypher,
    • unnoticeable,
    • strain,
    • lucifer,
    • awake,
    • unripened,
    • level,
    • coco,
    • purpleness,
    • haze over,
    • rib,
    • rosaceous,
    • kettle of fish,
    • favourable,
    • dip,
    • cannabis sativa,
    • barbeque,
    • debase,
    • fake,
    • evident,
    • bland,
    • mystifying,
    • difficult,
    • pan fry,
    • walnut tree,
    • burned-over,
    • pig out,
    • fluent,
    • soda water,
    • electrocute,
    • edulcorate,
    • monster,
    • warmly,
    • granular,
    • dodgy,
    • rosiness,
    • go,
    • viscous,
    • stinker,
    • contraband,
    • eloquent,
    • labour,
    • chestnut tree,
    • park,
    • grainy,
    • send away,
    • fag,
    • change state,
    • mute,
    • citizenry,
    • ashen,
    • bourgogne,
    • gently,
    • edit out,
    • greenish blue,
    • profane,
    • olive drab,
    • solarize,
    • force out,
    • fudge,
    • jest at,
    • seal off,
    • cut of meat,
    • rendition,
    • push aside,
    • throw together,
    • fade,
    • hue,
    • passing,
    • obviously,
    • dried out,
    • gash,
    • junk,
    • oriental alabaster,
    • whitened,
    • dilapidation,
    • sophisticate,
    • featherbed,
    • report,
    • obliterate,
    • joint,
    • cocoa palm,
    • exsanguine,
    • jejune,
    • swishing,
    • backbreaking,
    • parentage,
    • crucify,
    • sunlight,
    • dulcorate,
    • brown-gray,
    • co,
    • sear,
    • cleaning lady,
    • displace,
    • get at,
    • unimaginative,
    • calx,
    • mouse-colored,
    • hired gun,
    • looker,
    • heller,
    • commode,
    • bay laurel,
    • cloud up,
    • one-sided,
    • backside,
    • brace,
    • strict,
    • ovalbumin,
    • kick,
    • roil,
    • wassailer,
    • burble,
    • siss,
    • thin,
    • burning up,
    • glooming,
    • turn out,
    • leaden,
    • make fun,
    • stales,
    • yield,
    • orchis,
    • lay off,
    • bootleg,
    • softly,
    • through with,
    • annoyed,
    • hand over,
    • Decocted,
    • nipping,
    • fog,
    • furbish,
    • lamp shade,
    • can buoy,
    • scattergun,
    • cunning,
    • kill,
    • gingerroot,
    • emblazon,
    • mull over,
    • fundament,
    • coffee bean,
    • reddish blue,
    • crenature,
    • squeeze,
    • assume,
    • navy blue,
    • cancel,
    • attack,
    • baked,
    • aureate,
    • tinamou,
    • roseate,
    • intemperately,
    • sibilation,
    • frizzles,
    • sombreness,
    • tacking,
    • moxie,
    • middle class,
    • scurry,
    • lineage,
    • peacock blue,
    • demitasse,
    • tap,
    • lifelike,
    • flannel,
    • brush aside,
    • move around,
    • ironic,
    • stand up,
    • tedious,
    • groveller,
    • grow,
    • give the axe,
    • large number,
    • prostrate,
    • ash grey,
    • colouration,
    • cower,
    • basic,
    • cherry red,
    • blueish,
    • load,
    • soda,
    • pamper,
    • rustling,
    • poke fun,
    • crease,
    • prolusion,
    • release,
    • grille,
    • abstract entity,
    • field,
    • soda pop,
    • gummy,
    • recondite,
    • apricot tree,
    • daimon,
    • substantial,
    • frizzle,
    • lampshade,
    • grayness,
    • calcium oxide,
    • haircloth,
    • depressed,
    • charge,
    • change by reversal,
    • lightlessness,
    • momma,
    • laconic,
    • quetch,
    • unconditional,
    • invoke,
    • onyx marble,
    • scollop,
    • blue air,
    • drink down,
    • tympanum,
    • ghost,
    • keister,
    • fixate,
    • smash,
    • albumen,
    • roiled,
    • trillion,
    • derriere,
    • knavish,
    • opus,
    • arse,
    • shake off,
    • viridity,
    • sway,
    • return,
    • favorable,
    • warming,
    • bedevil,
    • excogitate,
    • contemplative,
    • rarified,
    • muted,
    • situate,
    • dour,
    • abridge,
    • demon,
    • lividity,
    • muffled,
    • born,
    • abstractedness,
    • pitch-dark,
    • outwear,
    • plane,
    • get to,
    • dickens,
    • frizzling,
    • atomic number 79,
    • harquebus,
    • desexualize,
    • lemon yellow,
    • boggy,
    • beguilement,
    • deform,
    • discombobulate,
    • lily-livered,
    • screwball,
    • slice,
    • grave,
    • hazelnut,
    • curve,
    • deuce,
    • raise,
    • stippled,
    • specter,
    • vague,
    • overcasting,
    • localization,
    • exit,
    • hooey,
    • sprain,
    • baby,
    • support,
    • crepitation,
    • skip,
    • sizz,
    • furnish,
    • abstract,
    • devise,
    • fricassee,
    • atomic number 27,
    • fixture,
    • red-brown,
    • passion,
    • flogging,
    • jade green,
    • commonality,
    • exacting,
    • heyday,
    • radiance,
    • ascetic,
    • hide,
    • sensitive,
    • smutty,
    • shinny,
    • inscrutable,
    • dearest,
    • cookery,
    • melting,
    • don,
    • voiceless,
    • Fricasseeing,
    • mahogany-red,
    • sloppy,
    • total darkness,
    • nothing,
    • binge,
    • fabric,
    • polish,
    • imperial,
    • sluggish,
    • fire up,
    • riddle,
    • atomize,
    • excision,
    • rouse,
    • hagbut,
    • crafty,
    • mantrap,
    • decrepit,
    • crawl,
    • gunman,
    • suffer,
    • fleeceable,
    • flatcar,
    • stretch,
    • blossom,
    • desex,
    • large-grained,
    • bulge out,
    • unripe,
    • apparently,
    • crunch,
    • quarter,
    • cosmopolitan,
    • moil,
    • preparation,
    • nondescript,
    • throng,
    • timpani,
    • knit,
    • child,
    • labor,
    • push,
    • forsake,
    • thawing,
    • crook,
    • plainly,
    • toilsome,
    • pondering,
    • egg,
    • truckle,
    • pasture brake,
    • complain,
    • corrode,
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WORDS RELATED TO BROWN

amber

adjectivegold-colored

cook

verbprepare food, usually using heat

cooked

verbprepare food, usually using heat

drab

adjectivedull, colorless

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umber

A brown clay, somewhat darker than ochre, which contains iron and manganese oxides.

Brown University

a university in Rhode Island

rust-colored

Having the color of iron rust; reddish-brown or reddish-yellow

scorch

To scorch is to burn or heat until blackened or withered, or to attack fiercely.

brownness

The characteristic of being brown.

john brown

abolitionist who was hanged after leading an unsuccessful raid at Harper's Ferry, Virginia (1800-1859)

robert brown

Scottish botanist who first observed the movement of small particles in fluids now known a Brownian motion (1773-1858)

bordeaux

Any wine of similar type made elsewhere

toast

To brown the surface of (bread, cheese, etc.) by heating in a toaster, over or near a fire, or in an oven

tan

To convert (an animal hide) into leather by subjecting it to a chemical process that stabilizes the proteins, making it less susceptible to decay.

brown(related)

Having a naturally dark or tanned skin; dark-skinned

fry(related)

(Intransitive, informal) To be executed by the electric chair.

beige

A pale tan color; the color of natural, undyed wool.

coffee

Of a pale brown colour, like that of milk coffee.

fulvous

Reddish or brownish yellow.

khaki

swarthy

The definition of swarthy is someone who has a dark complexion.

tawny

The definition of tawny is a brownish, yellowish tan color.

chestnut

The often edible nut of any of these trees.

chocolate

A drink made of chocolate, hot milk or water, and sugar

cook

A fish, the European striped wrasse.

dark

hazel

A greenish-brown colour, the colour of a ripe hazelnut.

light

The pathway or route of such illumination to a person:

penny

sugar

(Countable) When used to sweeten a drink, an amount of this substance approximately equal to five grams or one teaspoon.

dark-brown

of a color similar to that of wood or earth

doeskin

Soft leather made from the skin of a deer, lamb, or goat, used especially for gloves.

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color

Any color other than black, white, or gray; chromatic color: color is distinguished by the qualities of hue (as red, brown, yellow, etc.), lightness (for pigmented surfaces) or brightness (for light itself), and saturation (the degree of intensity of a hue)

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Synonyms brown

Synonyms of brown in English:

brown


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adjective

1‘brown eyes’

SYNONYMS

hazel, chocolate-coloured, coffee-coloured, cocoa-coloured, nut brown

brunette, mousy

sepia, mahogany, umber, burnt sienna

beige, buff, tan, fawn, biscuit, camel, café au lait, caramel, mushroom

bay, sorrel, dun, brindle, brindled

auburn, tawny, coppery, chestnut, bronze, russet

2‘his skin was brown from the wind and the sun’

SYNONYMS

tanned, suntanned, perma-tanned, sunburned, browned, bronze, bronzed, weather-beaten

dark, swarthy, dusky

3‘brown bread’

SYNONYMS

unbleached, wholemeal


verb

1‘the grill browns food evenly’

SYNONYMS

singe, sear, seal, crisp, crisp up

grill, toast, barbecue, fry, sauté, bake


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