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Examples

  • The robes were pristine in their snowwhite fabric.

    The Poet Prince

  • Having defeated them, and still wondering where snowwhite was, Glok guided us to a large room which he called Moria.

    Crossfire killed Emperor Thaurissan

  • He was now very old and snowwhite, and combined with a noble air a most delightful style of conversation.

    MY EARLY LIFE

  • One leg tensed and the other bent slightly when she felt his tongue inside her; she dropped her hands to his snowwhite hair.

    Days Between Stations

  • Well, my snowwhite lamb, I am going to finish my story; listen properly, there, like that -- your hands here, my head so.

    The French Immortals Series — Complete

  • And behind and above him, along the walls of the hut, and over the doorway, and making lovely the very roof, she saw a cloud of snowwhite blossom.

    Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard

  • Mells blue with snowwhite through their fringe and fray

    (Ash-boughs)

  • Mells blue and snowwhite through them, a fringe and fray

    (Ash-boughs)

  • The ladies, with hair bound high over their heads, would kneel before the inverted chairs, and place the snowwhite necks beneath this imaginary guillotine.

    I Will Repay

  • The Taj Mahal stands, as I have already told you, at the bottom of a lovely garden surrounded by groves of cypress trees, on the bank of the River Jumna, opposite the great fortress of Agra, where, from the windows of his palace, the king could always see the snowwhite domes and minarets which cover the ashes of his Arab wife.

    Modern India

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