Occasionally used in the form "my brown" to mean "my girlfriend."
In beautiful gowns,
You'll see tailor-mades,
And hand me downs.
Verb (Brown, Browns, Browned, Browning)
The action of, and seeking pleasure by, deceiving someone through a careful architecture of pre-planned lies. However, some browns (lies) can be spontaneous. The 'browner' (liar) is a master of deceit, manipulation and skulduggery.
• (brown one's way into/out of) get oneself into or out of a situation by lying (browning) : you lied (browned) your way in to keeping this job by implying you were actually doing work.
• (of a thing) present a false impression; be deceptive : the camera cannot lie (brown).
TERRY: James, did you pay that money you owed me into my bank account?
JAMES: Yeah of course mate, I did it a couple of days ago
TERRY: I Spoke to James this morning and he said he'd paid me back that money I leant him. I just checked my balance and he hasn't.
NORMAN: Do you think he would brown you?
TERRY: Yeah, he must of, he's blatantly world's biggest browner.