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“Continental men have long worn dress shirts, pants, jackets and accessories in a wide range of colors, as well as the recent wave of bright-colored cotton and linen pants.”
“A new color television was installed in the living room, my mom decided to take cooking lessons, and we girls went about life the way we always had, walking the few blocks to school, coming home again, going back to school, bouncing a bright-colored ball back and forth on the sidewalk or playing hopscotch.”
“He made a final check of the bright-colored service ribbons over his left breast pocket and the shiny silver oak leaf clusters pinned to his epaulets.”
“I was also fond of those bright-colored gauzey tops that looked like maternity blouses on me.”
“They wore bright-colored muumuus and had tiny, hard-bottomed slippers on their feet.”
“• Black opera gloves should not be worn with white or light-colored gowns, only with dark-colored, or bright-colored clothing.”
“Trump is always resplendent in a custom suit and a bright-colored silk tie.”
“As students sipped $2 Miller Lites and ordered bright-colored fruity shots, the word "stabbing" kept popping up in conversations.”
“I bought bright-colored wrapping paper and cut it to fit the front of the boxes and drawers.”
“After her palace premier, growing masses of fans cheered her as she toured in little hats and bright-colored dresses through Vienna and London.”
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