This book is an unremitting account of misery, privation, and pointlessness in a world of dun landscapes, tormenting insects, malnutrition, and cultural stagnancy.
She was his mount, a unicorn mare with a dun 's coat.
A mutt the colour of dun stood near by, barking every now and again.
Surrounding the cone on three sides were high walls of volcanic rock forming an amphitheater almost a mile and a half wide, a subtle palette of dun , gray, and beige.
In mid-August, large hatches of a nighttime mayfly called the pale evening dun begin to appear.
A white-fire blaze rang past her ear, and impacted the ground three paces before his gelding - the dun nickered it's anger at being so rudely startled, and danced around a moment.
The stark, dun hills of the Hindu Kush cradled plots of corn, beans and potatoes.
Finally, he chuckled, and moved his own dun gelding up abreast of hers.
California fog provides a unifying tonalist palette, especially in the dry season when the hills are dun colored.
Like the others, she had exchanged her ball gown for a suit of dun deerskin, with a tall forester's cap, in which was affixed a long purple feather, which commingled with her black hair and nearly disappeared in it.