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  • A tall, lanky, dark-blond guy around their age, wearing a black button-down shirt and jeans, stood up from the couch.


  • Instead he pulled the clip at the nape of her neck and her long dark-blond hair fell loose around her shoulders.

    The Shadow of Your Smile

  • A velvet armchair was facing away from me as I entered, showing above its back the dark-blond head of the figure sitting in it.

    The Legacy

  • His dark-blond hair was cut short; an emerald earring glinted from one ear.

    In Gordath Wood: Writer Patrice Sarath » The Warlord and the Princess – page one

  • Santa looks like a stereotypical product of the English upper classes: all glowing, makeup-free skin, lanky legs, and thick dark-blond hair.

    History in the Making

  • She hopped out of bed and slipped the T-shirt off, put on her bra and skirt and cardigan, slid on her flip-flops, and pulled her tangled dark-blond hair into a messy ponytail.

    A Hopeless Romantic

  • She was taller than the two neighborhood girls but slender, more slightly built, with a leafy cap of dark-blond hair and an upper lip that rose in two little points so sharp they might have been drawn with a pen.

    Excerpt: The Amateur Marriage by Anne Tyler

  • Her dark-blond curls shook as she buried her cherubic face in a handkerchief.


  • And her dark-blond hair, back in a bun, gleamed under the recessed lighting.


  • She was a strikingly beautiful coed, 5 feet 2 inches tall, with a slender build and long dark-blond hair.

    The Riverman


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