This merely differs from the last in being coloured with burnt sugar, or (less frequently) with umber.
You could almost, under the umber silk, see the rippling of his veins.
The color varies from nearly white in some small specimens to grayish, grayish brown or umber.
The eggs are white or greenish white, specked with reddish brown and umber.
Burnt Italian sienna and burnt Turkey umber are likewise painted solid colors.
It never can be represented by umber, unless altered by contrast.'
The tapestries of the wall were umber and gold; the hangings of the bed and windows were a modulated purple.
Differs from C. stenocoleus in sulcate pileus and umber stem.
The eggs are three or four, white with a few black or umber specks about the larger end.
Their three or four eggs are white, dotted and specked with reddish brown and umber.
brown earthy pigment, 1560s, from Middle French ombre (in terre d'ombre), or Italian ombra (in terra di ombra), both from either Latin umbra "shade, shadow" (see umbrage) or from Umbra, fem. of Umber "belonging to Umbria," region in central Italy from which the coloring matter first came. Burnt umber, specially prepared and redder in color, is attested from c.1650.