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  • Jimmy tiptoed to the house and soon returned with a big bottle of a powerful "blondine" in one hand and a stick of candy in the other.

    Miss Minerva and William Green Hill

  • All I wonder is she doesn't get married again -- with that blondine of hers.

    Linda Condon

  • She revokes so in bridge, and I think it's terrible for a grandmother to blondine so red; but we've both been widows for almost eight years.

    The Best Short Stories of 1921 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story

  • Course, she's an odd-lookin 'party, with that bucket-shaped lid decorated with pale green satin fruit, and the piles of thick blondine hair that was turnin' gray, and her foolish big eyes with the puffy rolls underneath and the crows'-feet in the corners.

    The House of Torchy

  • He had looked her slowly over again from the blondine hair and the ash-colored V of unclean skin and waistless slop of slattern wrapper to clock work stockings and high heeled slippers.

    The Freebooters of the Wilderness

  • Bijou-blondine and Bebee La-la and all the sister-heroines of demi-monde dragged their voluminous Paris-made dresses side by side with Moorish beauties, who only dared show the gleam of their bright black eyes through the yashmak; the reverberes were lit in the Place du Gouvernement, and a group fit for the days of Solyman the Magnificent sat under the white marble beauty of the

    Under Two Flags

  • A most captivating and lovely blondine, who, without saying too much, might figure advantageously beside the greatest beauties of the court.

    Love and Intrigue

  • De intelligente blondine heeft in de presidential suite het behang gesloopt en ze is daarom niet meer ...

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  • “You know this new dressmaker, Mrs. Swiftwaite? — swell dame with blondine hair?

    Main Street

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