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brown the color that comes from mixing red, yellow, and black paint. [2/3 definitions]
brown bear a bear that is mainly brown in color, found in western North America and northern Europe and Asia. Brown bears vary in size from the small Syrian variety to the giant Kodiak bear and include the North American grizzlies. They are found in more parts of the world than any other kind of bear.
brunette having a dark brown color. [1/2 definitions]
buff1 a yellowish brown color. [1/4 definitions]
canary a pale to medium yellow color. [1/2 definitions]
caramel sugar that is heated until it melts and turns brown. Caramel is used to color and flavor foods. [2 definitions]
carbon dioxide a gas without color or odor that is made up of carbon and oxygen. Carbon dioxide is in the air and is used in soft drinks. Frozen carbon dioxide is called dry ice.
carbon monoxide a poisonous gas with no color or smell. Carbon monoxide forms when a material made of carbon, like gasoline, is not fully burned because of too little air.
chameleon a lizard that is able to change its skin color to match its environment.
cherry a small, round fruit that grows on a tree. It is red, yellow, or purple in color and has a hard pit in the center. [2/4 definitions]
chestnut a reddish brown color. [1/4 definitions]
chocolate a dark brown color. [1/6 definitions]
chromatic having to do with color or colors. [1/2 definitions]
clash to not match or work together in color, tone, or time. [1/5 definitions]
clear lacking color and able to be seen through. [1/14 definitions]
cocoa a brown or reddish brown color. [1/3 definitions]
color something used to give color, such as dye or paint. [3/5 definitions]
color-blind partly or completely unable to see color or a difference between colors. [2 definitions]
colorful having many colors; bright in color. [1/2 definitions]
coloring something used to give color to. [2 definitions]
colour a spelling of color used in Canada and Britain. See color for more information.