What is another word for tawniness?

5 synonyms found


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Tawniness refers to the color or quality of being light brown or tan. Some synonyms for tawniness include beige, buff, camel, fawn, khaki, and sand-colored. These descriptors can be used to describe various objects, such as clothing, furniture, or even the skin of animals. Tawniness can also be used metaphorically to describe a lack of depth or richness in a person or situation. In this case, synonyms could include blandness, insipidity, or mediocrity. By using alternative words to describe tawniness, writers and speakers can add variety and nuance to their language.

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What are the hyponyms for Tawniness?

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Usage examples for Tawniness

All of the unique characteristics by which the Missouri River is known are given to it by the Yellowstone-its turbulence, its tawniness, its feline treachery, its giant caprices.
"The River and I"
John G. Neihardt
Your Lion, my dear sir, may have nothing in his head, but his tawniness tells us he imbibes good sound stuff, worthy of the reputation of a noble brewery.
"The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith"
George Meredith
Goldie was the tomcat, so termed by reason of his splendid tawniness.
"The Matador of the Five Towns and Other Stories"
Arnold Bennett

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