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  • Lindsey Graham is just another pink-faced, yellow-bellied HYPOCRITE who only remains in power due to the overwhelming majority of white-trash redneck voters in SC (the same ones with the Confederate flags in their front yards and the plastic Jesuses on their mantles).

    Reliable Sources: Journos spar over Obama presser question

  • The pink-faced man and your statistics tell me so.

    Megabus: You've redeemed thyself

  • We did not want them to imagine that we had any but worldly business, so Father Théodore threw dust in their eyes with an account of his pink-faced sheep.

    The Mistaken Wife

  • Evelyn Greatorex had never before been spoken to in this manner and gasped into a pink-faced silence.

    The Dressmaker

  • It reminded him of a ski lodge in Colorado they had once stayed in; he kept expecting pink-faced strangers to walk in and dust snow off their shoulders.

    Strangers at the Feast

  • Must have been forty pink-faced longboarders bobbing out there, all gringos.


  • By the time they arrived at the hospital they were fifteen minutes late, and Lizzie was a wreck—pink-faced, frizzy-haired, with something unpleasant that she hoped was gum and feared was worse clinging to the sole of her shoe.

    Fly Away Home

  • I showed off the flower beds as well: sunflowers, morning glories, shasta daisies, and those pink-faced "farewell-to-springs," or godetia.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Whichever pink-faced Irish Mick family was kind enough to make room for us in their pew would be subjected to three squirming, giggling children being threatened by a tiny woman with a mild hangover.

    Dear Mrs. Fitzsimmons

  • Women talk to one another about recipes and cleaning supplies, then disappear through the front door and come back out again, pink-faced and smiling.



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