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  • The bright beauty and colour of her oval face held him, and he looked over-long -- looked till she resented, and her own eyes, long-lashed and dark, met his in cool survey.

    THE TASTE OF THE MEAT

  • Young, not over thirty, dark of complexion with large, long-lashed brown eyes that he fondly believed were magnetic, cherubic of lip and feature, he belied all his appearance by talking business in direct business fashion.

    CHAPTER XVIII

  • She stroked the fading, yellowish bruise under her long-lashed right eye, lost in the memory.

    The Luxury Villa

  • If any tyro thinks it is easy to take a short-handled, long-lashed whip, and throw the end of that lash just where he wants it, let him put on automobile goggles and try it.

    FOUR HORSES AND A SAILOR

  • Mulcachy was equipped with a long-lashed whip and a sharp-pronged fork of iron.

    CHAPTER XXXIII

  • I, Big-Tooth, knew not the Swift One as a creature of finer facial and bodily symmetry, with long-lashed eyes and a bridge to her nose and down-opening nostrils that made toward beauty.

    CHAPTER XI

  • They were big and long-lashed, the color of roasted cocoa beans, beneath straight black eyebrows.

    Day of Honey

  • The drive between its two biggest cities, Zurich in the northeast and Geneva in the southwest corner, takes just three picturesque hours, past church steeples, rolling green hills and thousands of long-lashed cows.

    Switzerland's Best Fondue

  • His nose was strong and his eyes long-lashed, a pool blue.

    Things I Should Have Done - #3

  • And Don Quixote gazed down at the two men in the bed, at the first man who was fattish and long-lashed and who, though his arms were flabby and weak (and not firm and well-muscled like those of his wiry, brooding companion), nevertheless acted with the lingua of his body in a protective, cuddling way, or so it seemed to Don Quixote.

    Blossom and Monkey-Wrench

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