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delicate-looking

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  • Shawn O'Connor for The Wall Street Journal While there are vaulted ceilings with log beams and a large stone fireplace, the furnishings, created by the couple's designer in Palm Beach, include somewhat delicate-looking couches and chairs upholstered in pale pinks and green fabrics.

    Roxanne Pulitzer's Telluride Spread

  • Maria Rodriguez, a delicate-looking homemaker with blonde-streaked hair and a blue face mask, paced back and forth before the pawn shop opened its doors.

    Shaking the Swine Flu

  • I was a delicate-looking thing, pale as porcelain, with long red hair that flowed down to the middle of my back.

    The Dark Side of Innocence

  • One of her goals is to take those heavy materials and make them feel lighter by bending them and creating delicate-looking surfaces.

    Top Architects Go Local

  • While there are vaulted ceilings with log beams and a large stone fireplace, the furnishings, created by the couple's designer in Palm Beach, include comparatively delicate-looking couches and chairs upholstered in pale pink and green fabrics.

    The Mansion of Grown-Up Toys

  • Wild ramps are a delicate-looking plant that add some serious flavor to salads, pasta, lamb and more.

    David Becker: Foraging for Wild Ramps and Incredible Flavor

  • The bracelet had been hammered thin, then etched with a delicate-looking leaf pattern.

    Aphrodite the Beauty

  • She was a brunette and very slender and delicate-looking, with large dark eyes.

    Crazy Loco Love

  • There was a lovely bowl of crackled stoneware, a long-handled bamboo spoon, and a delicate-looking whisk.

    Babylon Nights

  • He picks up a delicate-looking round of shortbread.

    Ed Ruscha: 'There's room for saying things in bright shiny colours'

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