Definition of Snuff-colour

1. Noun. Dark yellowish brown.

Exact synonyms: Snuff-color
Generic synonyms: Buff, Caramel, Caramel Brown, Raw Sienna, Yellowish Brown



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Snuff-colour

snubbish
snubby
snubness
snubnesses
snubs
snuck
snudge
snudged
snudges
snudging
snuff-box
snuff-boxes
snuff-brown
snuff-color
snuff-colour (current term)
snuff-dish
snuff film
snuff films
snuff it
snuff movie
snuff movies
snuff out
snuff user
snuffbox
snuffbox fern
snuffboxes
snuffed
snuffed it
snuffer

Literary usage of Snuff-colour

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Systematic Arrangement of British Plants: With an Easy Introduction to the by William Withering (1801)
"Curtain evanescent, leaving a stain on the stem. staining the fingers as well as the stem of a Spanish snuff colour. STEM solid, whitish, with a few brown ..."

2. Species Filicum: Being Descriptions of the Known Ferns, Particularly of Such by Sir William Jackson Hooker (1864)
"... brown-snuff colour, sulcus dilated, late long setaceous at the apex lanceolate ... rather broad brown-snuff colour continuous, caudex creeping, ..."

3. The Western World; Or, Travels in the United States in 1846-47: Exhibiting by Alexander Mackay (1849)
"asked the gentleman in snuff-colour. " As an Englishman, I would fain be spared the humiliating confession," replied I; " particularly as the whole will be ..."

4. An Arrangement of British Plants: According to the Latest Improvements of by William Withering (1830)
"Gills loose ; uniform; deep Spanish snuff colour, numerous, tender. ... 1; but the pileus not exactly the colour of our specimens. or Spanish snuff-colour. ..."

5. The Western World; Or, Travels in the United States in 1846-47: Exhibiting by Alexander Mackay (1850)
"asked the gentleman in snuff-colour. " As an Englishman, I would fain be spared the humiliating confession," replied I; " particularly as the whole will be ..."

6. A Systematic Arrangement of British Plants: With an Easy Introduction to the by William Withering (1812)
"GILLS loose; uniform; deep Spanish snuff colour, numerous, PILEUS dead white, near an inch high, almost cylindrical, not more than i of an inch diameter, ..."

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