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  • She was sassy, brash and loud, wearing a wet-looking wig and was probably around 60.

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  • He still looks tough, but much thinner, and at the meeting his remaining hair was matted down onto his head in wet-looking clumps.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • All at once Charles recognized the woman in the pit: It was Ingeborg, her black hair disheveled and wet-looking, blood streaming off her face onto her cradled arms.

    Here Comes Another Lesson

  • He showed me a fresh, almost wet-looking glyph on his well-defined upper arm, a green tattoo of a door with an eye in the center.

    Bleeding Violet

  • His boots had been shined and his hair slicked back and held in place with some sort of wet-looking gel.

    Baby Games

  • The evil-smelling, wet-looking stuff erupted from the ends of her guns and coated both Aari and his enemies with the same glop coating her.

    Massage

  • This is done when the eggs are still fairly wet-looking, and just barely set because scrambled eggs will continue to cook when you take them off the heat.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • The dough will be loose and wet-looking compared to regular bread dough.

    Recipe for Agave-Sweetened 100% Whole Wheat Irish Soda Bread

  • I am not sure which is more oooogie, the nipples or the wet-looking belly button.

    "Hey everybody, thish cake ish from Holland. Ishn't that veird?"

  • “Hi!” she said, smiling at me with her big red wet-looking lipsticky mouth.

    Certain Girls

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