Definition of Caramel brown
1. Noun. A medium to dark tan color.
Generic synonyms: Brown, Brownness
Specialized synonyms: Snuff-color, Snuff-colour
Derivative terms: Caramel
2. Adjective. Having the color of caramel; of a moderate yellow-brown.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Caramel Brown
Literary usage of Caramel brown
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Belgravia by Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1884)
"When Brown and Wilkinson met in the evening, Wilkinson was duly informed that Brown was the accepted suitor of Mi.ss Caramel. Brown made his confession with ..."
2. Mrs. Lincoln's Boston Cook Book: What to Do and what Not to Do in Cooking by Mary Johnson Lincoln (1883)
"Be very careful not to burn the butter, as the desired color can better be obtained by adding caramel. Brown Sauce Piquante (for Beef). ..."
3. Cyclopedia of American Agriculture: A Popular Survey of Agricultural by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1907)
"Caramel : Sugar heated above its melting point turns brown and is converted into caramel. Brown. ..."
4. The Prospector's Field-book and Guide in the Search for and the Easy by Henry Stafford Osborn, Max Wilhelm von Bernewitz (1920)
"... caramel-brown, and black, with streaks brownish-red, light greenish-yellow, and somewhat greenish-yellow, respectively. Hardness — 5 ; specific gravity, ..."
5. Text-book of Medical and Pharmaceutical Chemistry by Elias Hudson Bartley (1899)
"A coloring substance called caramel brown, or sucre couleur, is made from sugar partly decomposed by heat. This is used for coloring leather, rum, whisky, ..."