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  • "For behold a fairer cometh, whose love-darting eyes do slay the night, rendering bright day eternate!"

    The Panchronicon

  • Italian pieces among his poems are to the address of another lady, whose "majestic movements and love-darting dark brow" had subdued him.

    Milton

  • Imoinda's making, she had time to tell the prince, with her angry, but love-darting eyes, that she resented his coldness, and bemoaned her own miserable captivity.

    Oroonoko

  • [(withdraw; but it was more from the enraptured and love-darting) 9.1 (ey) 29.1 (es of y) 29.1 (our father, who)] TJ

    Romance Readers and Romance Writers: a Satirical Novel

  • "There‚Äôs a conquest, Miss Matthews," said they; and I, like a silly girl, blushed and motioned immediately to withdraw; but it was more from the enraptured and love-darting eyes of your father, who stood on the other side of me, than from the admiration of the clown.

    Romance Readers and Romance Writers: a Satirical Novel

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