auburn-colored love

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  • Janet's was Silky (above), 17 years old and a creamy white, while mine was Tango (below), 9 years old and auburn-colored.

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  • As we cuddled in the dark, all I could think about were those eyes of his, those gentle, almost auburn-colored eyes, as he finger-combed my hair.

    The Quickie

  • He was a handsome man, she thought to herself, with rich, auburn-colored hair and more green- than hazel-colored eyes.

    Castles and The Lion’s Lady

  • Tendrils of auburn-colored hair floated across her cheeks.

    Honor’s Splendour

  • A few auburn-colored clumps of hair stood up messily from the white scalp.

    Stranger in the House

  • Her head, which bore itself as if quite unaware that a suit for three hundred and fifty thousand francs damages was suspended over it like the sword of Damocles, was covered with a mass of rich auburn-colored hair.

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 26, September, 1880

  • Police released a description of one suspect, saying he was in his 20s, looked "dirty," and wore his hair in an auburn-colored ponytail.

    New Orleans Saints Central

  • He had a beard and auburn-colored hair in a pony tail

    Confederate Yankee

  • By a guy that "looked" dirty "and wore his hair in an auburn-colored ponytail"

    digg.com: Stories / Popular

  • “Nah, with all your good deeds, Slider, you’ll be going to the other place,” I said and shot him in the chest and then in his stunned, half-open auburn-colored eye.

    The Bloomsday Dead

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