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  • Neither spoke, but she saw the woman was wearing soiled pearl-colored satin that might have been a fine gown were it not so filthy.

    One Thousand Incarnations and One Thousand Deaths - Part II

  • The two of them went shopping for a hat for Louisa and settled on a becoming pearl-colored number with a simple crepe rose.

    Louisa May Alcott

  • “Well, perhaps an overdress of gray silk, and beneath it, a skirt of pearl-colored satin?”

    The Dressmaker

  • Visualize a beautiful, pearl-colored substance being placed into each tooth.

    The Secret Language of Your Body

  • Then the wall disappeared completely, replaced by a pulsing, flashing, pearl-colored pane.

    Stalling

  • For you, my dear heart, pearl-colored roses, for nobility of heart, from Rob, transplanted New Eglander.

    Paradis - French Word-A-Day

  • His pearl-colored 1990 Audi Quattro was stolen from a grocery store parking lot April 27 while his wife was running errands.

    Car’s So Hot, It was Stolen Twice — in One Day! | Impact Lab

  • How can you live in peace knowing that the person next to you might simply go nuts and kill you with a pretty pink or pearl-colored gun that she carries in her purse?

    Mail Call: A Bullish Report

  • Said to be worth $40,000, the fluid bias-cut, floor-length wedding gown designed by Rodriguez was made of pearl-colored silk crepe and came with a short train, long white gloves, and a veil of silk tulle.

    American Legacy

  • There were other pearl-colored Lexuses — Lexi? — around, of course, as Victor had also pointed out.

    Grave Surprise

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