From getting their gym, tan, laundry on to ensure post-club smushing, the first season set a high bar for Jersey Shore lingo.
Sifton assured him that Lavo was the perfect place, a hotbed of thin, tan bodies and social-climbing aspirations.
According to Bissonnette, bin Laden was wearing a sleeveless white T-shirt, loose tan pants, and a tan tunic.
Calm and composed, of medium build with regular features, Tarawally was dressed in tan prison overalls and orange slippers.
To my horror, he was romping with a girl on a white beach, a scrim of sand dusting her tan skin.
What material can we get for one unless we kill twenty elk and tan the skins?
Let the leatherist guard his premises with a good-sized Black—and tan.
In newborn and very young calves, these regions may be tan to lemon yellow in color.
He rose when she entered, and if he was not as pale as she was, it was because his tan dissembled it.
And the man's face—thin and seamed—became chalklike beneath the tan upon it.
late Old English tannian "to convert hide into leather" (by steeping it in tannin), from Medieval Latin tannare "tan, dye, a tawny color" (c.900), from tannum "crushed oak bark," used in tanning leather, probably from a Celtic source (e.g. Breton tann "oak tree"). The meaning "make brown by exposure to the sun" first recorded 1520s. To tan (someone's) hide in the figurative sense is from 1660s. Related: Tanned; tanning.
"bronze color imparted to skin by exposure to sun," 1749, see tan (v.). As a simple name for a brownish color, in any context, it is recorded from 1888. The adjective tan "of the color of tanned leather" is recorded from 1660s.
Abbreviation of tangent