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  • It was a matter of color only, for the eyes were dark-lashed and - browed, and were cloudy with temperament rather than staring a child-gaze of wonder, and the suit of smooth brown cloth had been made by a tailor.


  • Spiral notebooks with fluffy white kittens, gamboling puppies, and vampy women batting dark-lashed eyes.

    Day of Honey

  • Now Jacob was looking at me with those dark-lashed blue eyes, and I knew the implications of his invitation.

    The Opposite of Me

  • The customers of Thoroughbred Foodstuffs saw a big man in his late thirties with a rugged, slightly forbidding face and a way of narrowing his eyes to dark-lashed slits.

    The Elvis Latte

  • She had thrown her head back a little but there was no scorn, no angry flash under the dark-lashed eyelids.

    The Arrow of Gold

  • From under her drooped, white, dark-lashed eyelids she saw the expression on his face, and that he was standing stiller than the statues.

    The White Monkey

  • There was a certain magnificence about her arms, shoulders, hair, which had darkened since he first knew her, about the turn of her neck, the silkiness of her garments, her dark-lashed, grey-blue eyes — she was certainly as handsome at forty as she had ever been.

    To Let

  • Her face — short, with its firm rounded chin, very little powder and no rouge, with its dark-lashed white lids, clear-glancing hazel eyes, short, straight nose and broad low brow, with the chestnut hair over its ears, and its sensibly kissable mouth — really it was a credit!

    Swan Song

  • A young woman, with crinkly chestnut hair above a creamy face, with smiling lips, a short straight nose, and very white dark-lashed eyelids active over dark hazel eyes, stood near the door.

    The Silver Spoon

  • Her eyes were dark-lashed and widely spaced and intelligent.

    Slightly Dangerous


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