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girlish-looking

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  • Sure enough, a pair of girlish-looking sneakers were just visible beneath the hem of her abaya.

    Out With the Boys for a Night of Numbering - The Lede Blog - NYTimes.com

  • People close to and sympathetic to Kobe painted this picture: Bryant first met the blond, girlish-looking concierge when he checked into the hotel, where he planned to recuperate from knee surgery.

    Kobe Off The Court

  • Now I must admit in my youth I was so terribly handsome that I was almost girlish-looking.

    Sukarno‚Äôs Sweet Breads « Far Outliers

  • He was fair and girlish-looking, and his name was Buchanan.

    Uncanny Tales

  • At last it was only six boys in girlish-looking waists who were working with pretended confidence but real anxiety under the eyes of their unsparing critics.

    Glenloch Girls

  • She wore a simple frock of white muslin, and her hair was let down in a most becoming fashion, in long, loose braids, all combining to make her particularly girlish-looking.

    The Motor Girls

  • In honour of the fine day she had discarded her black frock for a serge skirt and a girlish-looking white blouse, open at the throat; and now that she had thrown aside her veil, her black hair, prettily loosened beneath her soft little hat, made an ebony frame for her vivid face.

    The Making of a Soul

  • A little personage, attired in a tight-fitting bodice and a girlish-looking skirt, was busily reducing the redundant growth to order with a pair of quick-snapping shears.

    Aunt Rachel

  • There was something small and very girlish-looking about Ellen as she lay there -- and something suggestive of a great weariness.

    Where the Sun Swings North

  • In spite of his steel helmet and mud-stained uniform, he was a girlish-looking fellow -- perhaps that was why his comrades were chaffing him -- and I fancy the thought of Christmas made him yearn back to some village in Yorkshire.

    Now It Can Be Told

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