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  • They overflowed and slid down her soft-looking cheeks.

    Skipping a Beat

  • Among the many different looks she has in the film are a soft-looking, all-business blonde and a raven-haired femme fatale who easily could be concealing a dagger or a gun.

    First look: 'Salt' gives a grain of truth about Jolie's spy

  • I see Shannon crouched on the bottom step, stretching her hand toward the white, soft-looking tail, just beyond her reach.

    The Kitchen Daughter

  • She was a chunky kid, with a good tan and a sweet broad soft-looking can with those two crescents of white just under it, where the sun never seems to hit, at the top of the backs of her legs.

    In Walks These Three Girls in Nothing but Bathing Suits « Gerry Canavan

  • He seemed honestly insulted, frowning up at me and pouting those soft-looking, pouty, full, pouty lips . . . and there went my train of thought. . .

    The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf

  • The man is barefoot and wears slacks rolled up to the ankles and a soft-looking shirt that is unbuttoned.

    Memory Wall

  • The hinges of the front door still complained as it swung open, and everything else in the house was exactly the same, too, down to the hanging ferns and soft-looking furniture and rich maroon paint on the walls.

    All is Bright

  • Her bare feet are tucked up under a soft-looking oatmeal throw.

    White Cat

  • Her mouth was soft-looking, her eyelashes long, the tops of her breasts white below her tan line.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • He had soft-looking skin that had a thin layer of hair growth.

    Kiss It

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