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  • adv. Entirely; completely; over one's full body.


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  • Covered from head to toe in borrowed oilskins, Mary stood on the beach with Palina and watched the drama play itself out in the surf.

    The Lightkeeper

  • The lifeguard, if thats what he was, seemed to me a rough-looking, unsmiling, unsavory sort, and he inspected me from head to toe before announcing his price.

    The Italian Summer

  • She wished she'd understood then what she understood now about motherhood-She found herself face-to-face with a nurse, who was covered head to toe in a dirty gray burqa.

    A Thousand Splendid Suns

  • The stranger was covered from head to toe in soot, and his clothing was singed at the hems and sleeves.

    Father Swarat

  • That she was slave, the essence and perfection of the female, was what made her such an extraordinary, special, incomparable object of desire, and that would be so whether she were kneeling in a ta-teera, clad in an evening gown or concealed from head to toe in the dark haik of the Tahira, peeping out through a tiny screen of black lace.

    Magicians of Gor

  • He was covered head to toe in the blood-flecked goop, the smell of it more pungent than that of the rotting flesh upon the table.

    The Monstrumologist

  • Though she was covered from head to toe in glistening blue scales, she respected the customs of her land-bound clients and wore unnecessary clothing whenever she might encounter them.

    Chainer's Torment

  • Little Xue, padded from head to toe in the pink snowsuit, would hop on the bicycle for the long, cold ride to the indoor rink.



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