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  • Also, she will not sit in El Morocco with him and his three or four cigar-smoking Greek chums with their lavish, blondined females, while the Greek men talk business.

    The Grand Surprise

  • Also, she will not sit in El Morocco with him and his three or four cigar-smoking Greek chums with their lavish, blondined females, while the Greek men talk business.

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  • He awaits her return; a storm rages outside; at a late hour she enters the door, throws off her wraps and stands before her husband, with blondined hair, painted cheeks, and eyes red with wine.

    Wit, Humor, Reason, Rhetoric, Prose, Poetry and Story Woven into Eight Popular Lectures

  • Could they see each other a dozen times, swearing not to mention the possibility of loving, -- so that she might have a chance to reimpress him with her blondined hair -- it _is_ touched up, you know -- and small talk?

    The Cords of Vanity A Comedy of Shirking

  • But they've made it into a blondined, rouged-up old woman of sixty.

    The Beautiful and Damned

  • Miss Hite-Smith was blondined in the back, with a transformation in the front that did not quite match and all of the aristocratic dames had resorted to cosmetics of one kind or another.

    Mary Louise and Josie O'Gorman

  • A spoonful or so of the yellow concoction, and the sickish feeling vanished, and she felt instead rather devilish and fast, like the blondined villainess in a play.

    V. V.'s Eyes

  • But they’ve made it into a blondined, rouged-up old woman of sixty.

    The Beautiful and Damned

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