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  • Her mother was just sitting there, her dark-circled eyes staring into space.

    Claire de Lune

  • With his thin, intense face and his dark-circled eyes, he looked like a prophet of doom.


  • She was thin, he noticed for the first time, her collarbones jutting out, her eyes too large and dark-circled in a small face.

    An Atlas of Impossible Longing

  • He looked more closely and saw his own face, dark-circled green eyes under a frowning forehead and short blond hair.

    Cadmian's Choice

  • And yet it was there you found yourself in the morning, half-under and half-atop the blanket, your lips still crusted with traces of cum, your eyes dark-circled.

    jaxraven Diary Entry

  • The long night of despair had left them with puffy, dark-circled eyes and faces still pinched with worry.

    Mercy Falls

  • She would sit hour after hour, almost as still as her father, with her eyes wistful and dark-circled, fixed on his face.

    Swan Song

  • The expression of his large, dark-circled eyes was such that Michael smiled and said:

    The Silver Spoon

  • A thin film of sweat stood out on Caesare's forehead; his blue eyes were dull and dark-circled.

    The Shadow Of The Lion

  • "Alive, thanks to you," she said, her eyes dark-circled, her voice heavy with exhaustion, her smile bright and full of an emotion he hardly dared name.

    The Gates Of Sleep

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