Definition of 'brunette'
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The 61-year-old swapped her familiar blonde mop for brunette curls which she showed off for the first time. The Sun (2016)The previous day he was spotted on a cycle ride with a mystery brunette. The Sun (2011)What do you call it when a blonde dyes her hair brunette? The Sun (2014)The pretty brunette has insisted she is a versatile performer. The Sun (2010)Yet another example of a redhead and brunette not working out. The Sun (2012)The news comes after the world number one was spotted with a mystery brunette. The Sun (2008)Europeans are the only ones to have blond or brunette hair. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It arrived in the post and left the pretty brunette badly shaken. The Sun (2013)Not unless the darkened room has a mystery brunette in it. The Sun (2014)As a natural brunette the hair is very dark and is very noticeable. The Sun (2008)He was too busy dancing with a pretty blonde and brunette. The Sun (2012)Her sideline was uncovered after a parent of pupils saw photos of the petite brunette on the site. The Sun (2012)Switching that letter would change a blonde to brunette without altering the brain or any other body part. The Sun (2014)Then, he was spotted in a romantic clinch with a mystery brunette. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She is a petite brunette with a gorgeous figure and I thought she was out of my league. The Sun (2012)Was Mother blonde or brunette? Peter Pan (1911)The petite brunette said: 'How do you know all about this? The Sun (2007)The Poker Face singer has spent years dyeing her brunette locks peroxide blonde. The Sun (2011)
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