yellowish brown, light brown, or reddish brown.
a coarse reddish-brown or brownish homespun cloth formerly used for clothing.
any of various apples that have a rough brownish skin and ripen in the autumn.
a brownish, roughened area on fruit, resulting from diseases, insects, or spraying.
finished leather that is not yet polished or colored.
yellowish-brown, light-brown, or reddish-brown.
made of russet.
brown with a yellowish or reddish tinge
a rough homespun fabric, reddish-brown in colour, formerly in use for clothing
(as modifier): a russet coat
any of various apples with rough brownish-red skins
abnormal roughness on fruit, caused by parasites, pesticides, or frost
(of tanned hide leather) dressed ready for staining
(archaic) simple; homely; rustic: a russet life
of the colour russet: russet hair
noun 1. a brown-skinned, oblong potato having a mealy flesh with high starch content.
- Russet potato
noun a long ovoid potato with thick brown skin and mealy white flesh, good for baking and frying; also called Idaho potato Examples The russet potato was developed in the 1870s by Luther Burbank, a horticulturalist. Word Origin by 1875 Usage Note cooking
noun 1. a fine, smooth leather produced by careful tanning and dyeing, especially in dark red: originally prepared in Russia. Russia leather noun 1. a smooth dyed leather made from calfskin and scented with birch tar oil, originally produced in Russia
noun 1. Russian Orthodox Church. Russian Orthodox Church noun 1. the autocephalous Eastern Church in Russia: the branch of the Orthodox Church that constituted the established church in Russia until 1917. Russian Orthodox Church noun 1. the national Church of Russia, constituting a branch of the Eastern Church presided over by the Patriarch of Moscow