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  • He hollers again, behind her, his lips intimately brushing against her goose-pimpled skin.

    A printing press.

  • The water steadily rises, slowly covering my goose-pimpled legs and stomach.

    Numb

  • Just a little heads up to say that if you happen to buy a copy of the Sunday Times this weekend, you are likely to find a shivering, goose-pimpled petite in a sheer red dress posing on a Paris roof terrace lurking somewhere inside the news review section …

    Tomorrow’s fish and chips

  • The freezing cold goose-pimpled her bare arms and face, every breath carrying ice into her lungs.

    Scott Westerfeld: Uglies Quartet

  • Her pale, goose-pimpled collarbone juts out like a coat hanger from the ragged top of her sweatshirt where she has unevenly cut out the collar.

    HIGH BEFORE HOMEROOM

  • A chill ran over my body, and I hugged my goose-pimpled skin.

    Paradise Lost

  • I went to him, my legs goose-pimpled underneath my pajamas.

    'The Boat'

  • This effect has been realized not because the screenplay adaptation by director David Koepp manages to squeeze every goose-pimpled detail out of Stephen King's novella.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • Valeria descended into the hot with a sigh and the cold with a gasp, climbing out with her pores shut and her skin goose-pimpled.

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  • Her blue eyes streamed tears as she faced into the bitter wind that tore at her, teased her, sneaked through every opening in her clothes to slither along her goose-pimpled flesh.

    The Year I Turned Sixteen

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