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  • She sank down into the low-seated rocker with a native grace which could not escape the beauty-loving eye of the girl, and with proud-poised head and silent tongue listened to Frona as the minutes ticked away, and observed with impersonal amusement Frona's painful toil at making conversation.

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  • How fiercely, devoutly wild is Nature in the midst of her beauty-loving tenderness!

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  • It was an elfin palace; a goblin dwelling; such a bower as some mirthful, beauty-loving Jinn King of Jewels might have built from enchanted hoards for some well-beloved daughter of earth.

    The Metal Monster

  • His beauty-loving eye was drawn impersonally to her swaying grace, and what did it put him in mind of?.

    The Frozen Heart

  • Nell's eyes shone with happiness as she spoke, and her hopes rose even higher so that she dared to hope for some of the pretty things her beauty-loving heart desired.

    The Hero of Hill House

  • They were beauty-loving girls, and their dreams of a new home had been rosy.

    The Hero of Hill House

  • To her beauty-loving little soul Evelyn was the most exquisite person in the world.

    Grace Harlowe's Return to Overton Campus

  • I love it because it is young and live and spontaneous and humorous and beauty-loving and unashamed of anything that is life.

    Vignettes of San Francisco

  • To her beauty-loving soul, it now seemed to have taken on a new lease of life.

    Grace Harlowe's Golden Summer

  • The women who does not possess delicate personal charms commends herself to the beauty-loving by forbearing to expose her physical deficiencies.

    What Dress Makes of Us

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