amber-coloured love

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  • Through this he had also spat tobacco juice, which had frozen, as it trickled, into an amber-coloured icicle, pointed like a Van Dyke beard.

    THE END OF THE STORY

  • Once dissolved into a smooth syrup, turn the heat up to high and boil without stirring, swirling the pan by the handle occasionally and washing down any sugar crystals on the sides of the pan with a wet brush until the syrup has turned into an amber-coloured caramel.

    Daring Bakers - Dobos Torte

  • Varjak is not very popular among the family – pure-breed Mesopotamian Blues are supposed to have green eyes, and his eyes are amber-coloured.

    Varjak Paw by S.F. Said

  • [373] Sabina Poppea, Nero's wife, wore amber-coloured hair, so did all the Roman ladies in an instant, her fashion was theirs.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • The western sky was now like amber-coloured flame, and against that immeasurably distant luminous background the near branches and clustered foliage looked black; but on my left hand the vegetation still appeared of a uniform dusky green.

    Green Mansions

  • Under that rosy light her amber-coloured hair and fair skin made strange contrast with her dark brown eyes.

    The Man of Property

  • And as he rode through the purlieus of his city, the white mane of his amber-coloured steed was all that he could clearly see in the dusk of the high streets.

    The Inn of Tranquillity: Studies and Essays

  • Now it came to pass that the Prince of Felicitas, returning from his journey, rode once more on his amber-coloured steed down the

    The Inn of Tranquillity: Studies and Essays

  • He noticed two or three silver threads in her amber-coloured hair, strange hair with those dark eyes of hers, and that creamy-pale face.

    Indian Summer of a Forsyte

  • And then a breeze blew and all the muslin blinds fluttered out, as if some majestic goddess, rising from her throne among her peers, had tossed her amber-coloured raiment, and the other gods, seeing her rise and go, laughed, and their laughter floated her on.

    Between the Acts

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