- adj. having the color of honey
“He had brown hair curling at his temples, and honey-colored eyes—in another mood, Yetta might have called him handsome.”
“Yetta jerked her attention back to Jacob, just another arrogant cutter even if he did have those maddeningly handsome curls and honey-colored eyes.”
“At setting sun hours those V shapes filled with a gel of honey-colored light that changed to burnt tangerine.”
“Her honey-colored hair swung forward, framing her oval face.”
“I shook off the tears that filled my honey-colored eyes.”
“I cut my honey-colored eyes over at her before I took the blunt she offered, careful not to let the lit end burn the acrylic tips of my nails as I took a big toke and let it fill my lungs.”
““I need more than D & D, Dyme,” I snapped, locking my honey-colored eyes on him.”
“A mixed chick with a smooth complexion, good hair, honey-colored eyes, and a body that could make most women—including her—look like a man.”
“When the first tunnels were excavated, much of the honey-colored sandstone was used to build the Georgian town houses in the nearby towns of Bath and Corsham.”
“That very evening, I posed the question to Anna as she sat in bed next to me, ritualistically brushing her long, honey-colored hair.”
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