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Definition of "tawniness" []

  • The quality or state of being tawny. (noun)

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Use "tawniness" in a sentence
  • "mchrist on 11/6/2009: not 100% certain I had a bad bottle or not - was not corked, but something seemed off. did not get any of the pepper I typically see in CDPs. the wine did have a slight "tawniness" on the palate, with fruit that seemed mostly flat."
  • "But hills and mountains on that side showed bare and heated, though beautiful with the sunburnt tawniness of California."
  • "Lange is, if anything, a big, beautiful woman — she radiates a feline, almost leonine tawniness and self-confidence, and has been admired by some crit-ics for her "lithe" presence."