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  • Also, er, her death-white there's pale, and there's like, ash-white death looking pale skinny legs kinda creep me out.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • The silk of frayed banners battered her; she was drowned in their colors: blood-red, black of night, heaven-blue, mist-silver, fiery-gold-sun, death-white, earth-brown, seedling-green, and the rich violet of the twilight sky just before night envelops the last light of day.

    Spirit Gate

  • Her hands and feet are bare, yet as if it is cold, she wears a death-white cape flung back from her broad shoulders.

    Spirit Gate

  • That was the Guardian's death-white cloak caught in the rocks, the cloth sliding and shivering with the purl of the wind as though a snake struggled in its folds.

    Spirit Gate

  • His death-white skin stretches tautly over his frame.

    The Shadow Thieves

  • And their mothers look pale — like the death-white shore

    The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley

  • As he turned briefly towards one of the garden cameras, flesh-coloured lines began to streak his death-white face as the tears sprang from his eyes.

    Dead Famous

  • At least once I saw a cottonmouth moccasin, long and black and fundamentally viperous, with its curved fangs set in a death-white mouth.

    Summer of Deliverance

  • Beside the ship, a death-white head reared suddenly from the water, jaws gaping expectantly.

    Ship Of Magic

  • She stared at the dreamers, eyes wide in a death-white face.

    Hero Of Dreams

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