Noun(1) an alloy of copper and tin and sometimes other elements; also any copper-base alloy containing other elements in place of tin(2) a sculpture made of bronze
Verb(1) give the color and appearance of bronze to something(2) get a tan, from wind or sun
Adjective(1) of the color of bronze(2) made from or consisting of bronze
(1) Her brown hair that was shaded bronze from the sun was hanging over her face, long and curly.(2) Some of the more important metal alloys were gold, brass, bronze and pewter.(3) Alloyed with tin, copper makes bronze , and combined with zinc, it makes brass.(4) His clothes were of colours ever shifting between bronze , silver and gold and it seemed to shine without reflecting the sunlight.(5) In the past, burials of this date were considered rich if they contained more than a handful of objects, especially if one of the objects was of copper or bronze , or even gold.(6) And metallics - gold, bronze , silver, pewter and copper - move beyond evening wear.(7) After the War he brought up bronze , copper and brass from the island's many wrecks, at a time when these metals were in short supply.(8) Plates can be made from a variety of metals, including zinc, copper, bronze and steel.(9) Hours later my legs were a beautiful, rich shade of bronze - this colour is good.(10) Handicraft items made of bronze , brass and copper by artisans from different places in the State were also displayed.(11) The world's best kicking coach is quite the most lovely shade of bronze .(12) Ocean looked for her light to be in front of her again, but her necklace was still around her neck, a dull shade of bronze .(13) The heads would be coloured bronze , said Mr Malkin, who has smaller public works of art already under his belt.(14) In modern times, bronze is an alloy of copper and any metal except zinc.(15) They come in green, bronze , purple and varying shades of same.(16) The ancestors of the modern Tatars were skilled in crafting jewelry of gold, silver, bronze , and copper.