There was Blondie on has right and a lovely Italianate brunette on the other side.
His brunette hair was close cropped, and he spoke in a clipped, almost matter-of-fact style.
The tabloid battle between the sweet blonde and the brunette vixen played out like an issue of Betty and Veronica on crack.
In April, the 19-year-old brunette in an emerald gown was crowned Miss Honduras.
We both have big, giant crazy blue googles–you put a brunette wig on me.
He can afford it, but as he says, it's war times and money is scarce as brunette chorus girls.
A brunette selects a blonde and a blonde a brunette, as a general rule in matrimony.
Vortigern's thoughts never a moment fell upon the brunette Hildrude.
I told him, after consulting you, the story of the letter—of the brunette—everything.
The brunette had a great string of coral, the blonde of amber, round her throat.
1660s, from French brunette (masc. brunet), from Old French brunet "brownish, brown-haired, dark-complexioned," fem. diminutive of brun "brown" (12c.), of West Germanic origin (see brown (adj.)). As a noun, "woman of a dark complexion," from 1710. The metathesized form, Old French burnete, is the source of the surname Burnett. Burnete also was used of a wool-dyed cloth of superior quality, originally dark brown.