- v. present participle of halo.
“Frye is certainly not, I'd say, suggesting that all protagonists have positive boulomaic modalities haloing them in coolness.”
“But I didn't sleep well and my dreams were full of octopi and mice eyes and dripping water and strings tightening on my wrists and when I woke you were smiling like your mouth was full of chocolate buttons and the late morning sun was haloing your hair golden but I knew my eyes were crusted.”
“The demon witch stood with the sword raised, her hair a wild black nimbus haloing her pale face, a woman possessed by darkness.”
“Now his handsome face loomed over me like an eclipsed moon, a baby Fresnel light behind him haloing his visage.”
“The idea of a find is that it is special, haloing the more practical garments and accessories you might feature from day to day.”
“Michael was lying facedown, the blood pooling and haloing what was left of his skull.”
“He turned to look at her, pink light haloing his hair.”
“A faint, insubstantial light hung about her, haloing her every gesture.”
“Her hair fanned out, haloing her head, and the scent of it exploded within him.”
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