Definition of "auburn" []

  • A moderate reddish brown to brown. (noun)

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Use "auburn" in a sentence
  • "Being able to indulge in the insignia of wealth, even without being the good fellow he is, Ernest finds it is of little significance that his hair is "what fond mothers term auburn," while Dawn's triumphs were assured from the outset."
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  • "Victorian ladies possessing the colouring falsely called "auburn" -- but clouded their excessive verdure to neutrality by semi-transparent over-draperies of black."