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Brown·ing

(brown'ing),
William, U.S. anatomist and neurologist, 1855-1941. See: Browning vein.

browning

A slang term for anal intercourse.
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ALONE: Toddler tied up, then woman in brown coat (inset) walks off with her
The second occupant was described as a stocky white male wearing a brown coat.
A Hammam double, dressed in the Cardiff owner's trademark brown coat, flat cap, red scarf and wearing a mask, suddenly appeared on the touchline during the second half.
Today's stucco can more easily be made with one-half bag of Portland, one-half bag masonry (brickwork) cement, and about 16 shovelsful of sand, depending On the "sticky" consistency desired; The initial "scratch" or brown coat of stucco requires larger-particle concrete sand.
What takes the biscuit is that the same presenter will happily chat away to Paul Nicholls while the trainer is wearing a great big cap which is racing's most remarkable garment since David Nicholson's brown coat with the vertical strips of cotton wool glued to it.
Or he reproduces the minute descriptions of the wardrobes of the weaver Mangold, who wore a respectable brown coat, and the gravedigger Laichinger, who wore a more modest gray one, but who, along with his wife, had some items in festive red that suggested a certain disregard of formal convention.
Both base coats, the scratch coat and the brown coat, use the same recipe of 2-1/2 parts clean common sand to 1 part Type N cement.
My mouse phase years past, everything mouse brown, brown boots, brown skirt, brown shirt, brown hat, brown coat, brown scarf.
Kate looked stunning in a long brown coat with fur lining for the service at St.
They all stood on top of each other and tried to sneak into a dirty film under a long brown coat.
He was last seen wearing a brown coat, purple shirt, brown trousers, and brown shoes.