brownstone

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Etymology[edit]

brown +‎ stone

Noun[edit]

brownstone (countable and uncountable, plural brownstones)

  1. (uncountable) A variety of brown to red-brown sandstone once popular as a building material.
  2. (countable) A row house built of brownstone, especially in New York City.
    A Manhattan brownstone
    We tried to buy a Brooklyn brownstone that needed some work, but couldn’t make the down payment.

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