bronze-skinned love

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. route

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Examples

  • Each store presents new possibilities, but our favorite is Home Goods for its smell of cedar and saw dust, the dull whirring of chainsaws, fluorescent lights illuminating our faces as my sister and I sashay like movie stars through the aisles past bronze-skinned muscle-men who tip their hats and call us pretty ladies.

    Westfield

  • The balding, bronze-skinned brothers buy their plants from nurseries.

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The Garden Guys

  • Those who have carefully read Jean-Marc and Randy Lofficier's adaptation/translation of Guy d'Armen's novel Doc Ardan: City of Gold and Lepers and subsequent stories about the character by Eckert and others will have picked up on the many implications that Ardan is actually Lester Dent's bronze-skinned hero Doc Savage.

    Of Wikis and Wold Newton: Part 1

  • Rosanna was an extremely sexy, brown-eyed, bronze-skinned Jewish girl from Morocco.

    I slept with Joey Ramone

  • Whichever, he was tall, broad, and bronze-skinned, with sea-green eyes and golden-brown dreadlocks.

    Dancing with Werewolves

  • I'm talking the pack of bronze-skinned, shirtless, Native American eye-candy, who morph into gianormous, beautiful werewolves and happen to reside in the same, gloomy part of Washington, inhabited by the most popular vampire coven to hit theaters since…well…since…ever.

    Finally - Official Photos from Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes! « FirstShowing.net

  • On the shore, mannequins of bronze-skinned people lounged under artificial trees while dog-sized dinosaurs frolicked in the bushes around them.

    Rapture Ready!

  • A bronze-skinned woman in a long red tunic accosted us.

    Renegade's Magic

  • The Warmother had cast her net wide: there were more upright bear-wolves like the one she'd killed, but better groomed; androgynous golden-scaled bipeds with tall red crests; men shorter than Allimir, but blue-skinned and wearing furs; tall, hard-eyed Amazons in white tunics; bronze-skinned men who could have passed for human anywhere on Earth — in short, trouble in every shape and size and color, mercenaries and sellswords and villains all.

    The Warslayer

  • The guard was a tall bronze-skinned man, in the same black uniform the guard who had taken her to the shower had worn.

    Beyond World's End

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