Sunrise will not relay enough information.
Neither will flame, calypso, festival or pony.
I mean, is forest green or brown? Is cherry red, or something nearer cerise (see what I did, there?)?
Mango - is that yellow or green?
Is that pony a bay or a chestnut?
And, oh, good grief, and that's not a rainbow trout, is it?
Please, please, we can't be sure half the time from the pictures, so just tack a simple green onto the end of forest and we'll know where we are.
Sunset orange. Festival red. Pony brown.
You never know, I might even buy something, then.
photo by Ken Hammond/USDA
Word To Use Today: trout. This satisfying word comes from the Old English trūht, from the Latin tructa, from the Greek troktēs, which means sharp-toothed fish.