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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbrunettebru‧nette /bruːˈnet/ noun [countable]  WOMANa woman with dark brown hairblonde
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brunetteOn either side of him are scantily clad voluptuous females, a blonde and a brunette.They were blond and brunette and red-haired, wearing it long and straight or kinky and fuzzy.Vi, the diminutive brunette sister, is a ditsy aspiring actress played by Heather Goldenhersh.The elegant brunette was thinner, longer, and more sophisticated.Both pictured a glamorous brunette, at least a dozen years older than herself.Even prettier was the petite brunette of about seventeen who showed me to my room.a slim brunetteThe brunette was strikingly attractive in a way that was dramatically enhanced by make-up and clothes.
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