Sun-brown in a sentence

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How to use sun-brown in a sentence. Sun-brown pronunciation.

As he had never seen this natural color, under the sun-brown of the Pacific voyage, he did not miss it.
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Ellis held up his hand; his face had suddenly assumed a look of savage energy; the white of his eyes shone in his sun-brown face.
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Hatch himself showed, under his sun-brown, the pallour of anxiety; and when he had taken Dick aside and learned the fate of Selden, he fell on a stone bench and fairly wept.
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He had not dreamed that this sun-brown, bearded man, in the roughest of mining-garbs, had ever seen the inside of a college. Hunter smiled at the boy's evident surprise.
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So the old brig slid lazily up the river, beneath the high and beauteous banks, and as between the puffs of wind we lay there in the mid-channel, the mate,-a dark, hawk-eyed man, at whom Effie liked well to toss a merry mock, and with whom, sometimes stealing up, she would pace the deck in hours of fair weather,-a man whose face was like a rock that once was smitten with sunshine, never since,-a sad man, with a wrathful lip even when he spoke us fair,-the mate handed me his glass and bade me look, while he went to the side and bent over there with Effie, gazing down into the sun-brown, idle current.
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Examples of Sun-brown

Example #1
Instantly she began to speak.
Example #2
Much of her natural color had left her face.
Example #3
They were all afoot together, tightening their belts, testing their bow-strings, loosening sword and dagger in the sheath.
Example #4
But to the fellows on the lawn, this shaft was an expected signal.
Example #5
The others, from where they sat on stools or doorsteps in the sunny angle of the court, looked at him with wonder and alarm, but none ventured to inquire the cause of his emotion. "Nay, Master Shelton," said Hatch, at last-"nay, but what said I?
Example #6
Lastly, a little before dawn, a spearman had come staggering to the moat side, pierced by three arrows; even as they carried him in, his spirit had departed; but by the words that he uttered in his agony, he must have been the last survivor of a considerable company of men.