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  • He was overwhelmed by a profound disgust — disgust for the sunlands and the sun-sickness, for the futility of all his endeavour, for this blue-eyed, golden-tinted, superior man who defeated him on all his ways.

    A SON OF THE SUN

  • On a low seat, chatting to her as I came up, was a very handsome and rather singular-looking girl, fair, with a light golden-tinted hair; and a countenance, though then grave enough, instinct with a certain promise of animation and spirit not to be mistaken.

    Wylder's Hand

  • The fountains threw up sprays of water in jets, golden-tinted from the sun-light, azure from the sky ....

    Hunger

  • Terence took the oars, and we rowed round a curve in the river, past a thatched cottage decked with morning glories and toward an arched bridge built of golden-tinted stone.

    To Say Nothing of the Dog

  • "Yes," Raistlin murmured, and a shadow passed across the mage's golden-tinted skin.

    Time of the Twins

  • His hand clenched, his golden-tinted skin turned pale.

    Time of the Twins

  • "Yes," Raistlin murmured, and a shadow passed across the mage's golden-tinted skin.

    Time of the Twins

  • His hand clenched, his golden-tinted skin turned pale.

    Time of the Twins

  • I ornamented the eleven pedestals made atonement; and when I came in after a hard day's work and saw the unreal, golden-tinted light of afternoon filling the dignified old room, I found it home-like and lovely in spite of the paper flowers and the shell basket.

    A Woman's Impression of the Philippines

  • After such a night's rest, as only comes to fagged-out men, we awoke to a golden-tinted autumn morning, which brought to us the joy of living; and once more we felt ready for the onward trek.

    With The Immortal Seventh Division

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