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  • Four, a white, barely lemon-tinted sorbet, representing Antarctica, because who cooks penguin?

    The Kitchen Daughter

  • He indicated a nearby pond, from which sprouted lemon-tinted reeds with hollow stems that whistled lullabies in the gentle wind.

    Kingdoms of Light

  • Then, while she still faltered, uncertain, shaken, the occupant of the lemon-tinted limousine came swiftly to her.

    Winner Take All

  • Wire-wheeled sedan and lemon-tinted limousine, up-town bound and cross-town bound, they leaped simultaneously forward, as Felicity stepped between.

    Winner Take All

  • Here again was a surprise, for this room was completely furnished in delicate, light bird's-eye maple, fit for a marquise, all dainty lemon-tinted curves.

    Margarita's Soul The Romantic Recollections of a Man of Fifty

  • The willow trees along the walk and the tall birches in the background stood out darkly distinct against the lemon-tinted sky.

    Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1902 to 1903

  • Jake's white duck caught the strong sunlight, while the girl's dark hair and eyes were relieved by the brilliant lemon-tinted wall and the mass of crimson bloom.

    Brandon of the Engineers

  • Gray displayed his butterflies; nothing uncommon, except a black and green one seldom found north of Miami -- but they all bent over the lovely fragile creatures, admiring the silver-spangled Dione butterflies, the great velvety black Turnus; and Shiela, with the point of a dry pine needle, traced for Hamil the grotesque dog's head on the fore wings of those lemon-tinted butterflies which haunt the Florida flat-woods.

    The Firing Line

  • At the jaws of the hall, true to his morning duties, stood Lebs, the little Nubian slave, with snow-white tunic and turban, a salver of glasses in one hand, whilst in the other he held a flask of thin lemon-tinted liquid.

    The Last of the Legions and Other Tales of Long Ago

  • At the jaws of the hall, true to his morning duties, stood Lebs, the little Nubian slave, with snow-white tunic and turban, a salver of glasses in one hand, whilst in the other he held a flask of a thin lemon-tinted liquid.

    The Last Galley Impressions and Tales

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