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  • Like all of them, the two men were dark-featured, with black hair, brown eyes, and tan skin.

    American Assassin

  • They were all dark-featured, athletic, capable of violence, or at least not afraid of it, and they had all to one degree or another passed the extensive psychological exams.

    American Assassin

  • First Impression: Salvador is seen as a dark-featured Spanish man with great wealth and power.

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  • First Impression: Salvador is seen as a dark-featured Spanish man with great wealth and power.

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  • The one was a dark-featured elderly man, with an eye of much sharpness and severity of expression, which now seemed partly quenched by a mixture of grief and mortification.

    The Surgeon's Daughter

  • Every detail added to the authentic feeling of the experience: the dirty, dark-featured and Aramaic-speaking peasants, the sense of overwhelming Roman power and authority reflected in their armor, weaponry and imposing structures.

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  • She could not get the tall dark-featured lord, in the black velvet dress, out of her head.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • She could not get the tall dark-featured lord, in the black velvet dress, out of her head.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • Saying which, he rose abruptly, and with long jerking steps limped to the door, at which, I saw, in the shade, the face of a dark-featured man, looking gloomily in.

    Wylder's Hand

  • In countenance striking, dark-featured, and stern, furrowed with the lines of pain or thought, rather than of age, although his dark hairs were largely mingled with white.

    The Evil Guest

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