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  • This treasured possession of his life was of medium height and color, with short, dark-chestnut hair; her wide-apart brown eyes were set in whites so clear that they glinted when they moved, and yet in repose were almost dreamy under very white, black-lashed lids, held over them in a sort of suspense.

    To Let

  • She looked as striking as ever, the green eyes black-lashed, the greasepaint make-up smooth and blended.


  • I looked at him, but could see no lingering gleam of amusement in the black-lashed eyes.

    Dragonfly in Amber

  • It must be the shock of both his totally unexpected appearance and nearly having a painful fall that was making her feel so weak, she decided shakily, unable to do a thing other than simply cling to the hard muscles of his arms while he held her firmly suspended quite some distance from the floor, his black-lashed grey eyes subjecting her to a very thorough and slow appraisal.

    A Time to Dream

  • All her doubts faded when Raul walked through the door, so tall and attractive with those black-lashed blue eyes looking only at her.

    The Glory Game

  • The short, thick mane of curling hair was richly russet-brown, and her eyes one shade darker, and black-lashed.

    The Devil's Novice

  • It needed only that flashing glimpse of the black-lashed golden eyes to make it certain they would burn their way before him to wherever he set out to go.

    The Virgin In The Ice

  • The amber eyes in their deep, black-lashed settings, came back to Yves, dancing.

    The Virgin In The Ice

  • That girl of long ago with the black-lashed eyes of Irish blue like Brian's, he had loved with all the passionate tumult of boyhood; and in the end he had lived for Brian, coming to believe as life carelessly unfolded for him its book of heart-things that in time he must have tired.


  • Surely enough, she was just about to dance off with a rather tall, slender lad, whose dark, sensitive face, heavy-browed, black-lashed eyes of intense blue and straight-lipped, sensitive mouth caused her to say impulsively, "Oh, who is that nice-looking boy dancing with Constance?"

    Marjorie Dean, High School Freshman


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