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“Sure enough, a pair of girlish-looking sneakers were just visible beneath the hem of her abaya.”
“People close to and sympathetic to Kobe painted this picture: Bryant first met the blond, girlish-looking concierge when he checked into the hotel, where he planned to recuperate from knee surgery.”
“Now I must admit in my youth I was so terribly handsome that I was almost girlish-looking.”
“He was fair and girlish-looking, and his name was Buchanan.”
“At last it was only six boys in girlish-looking waists who were working with pretended confidence but real anxiety under the eyes of their unsparing critics.”
“She wore a simple frock of white muslin, and her hair was let down in a most becoming fashion, in long, loose braids, all combining to make her particularly girlish-looking.”
“In honour of the fine day she had discarded her black frock for a serge skirt and a girlish-looking white blouse, open at the throat; and now that she had thrown aside her veil, her black hair, prettily loosened beneath her soft little hat, made an ebony frame for her vivid face.”
“A little personage, attired in a tight-fitting bodice and a girlish-looking skirt, was busily reducing the redundant growth to order with a pair of quick-snapping shears.”
“There was something small and very girlish-looking about Ellen as she lay there -- and something suggestive of a great weariness.”
“In spite of his steel helmet and mud-stained uniform, he was a girlish-looking fellow -- perhaps that was why his comrades were chaffing him -- and I fancy the thought of Christmas made him yearn back to some village in Yorkshire.”
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