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  • The edges of her nostrils were pink-rimmed, and her brown hair hung in limp strands to her shoulders.


  • Charlotte took off her pink-rimmed glasses and opened her eyes wide as the doctor shone a light into one, then the other.

    Promise Me

  • Her eyes, Liz saw, were pink-rimmed from crying, and her cheeks were flushed.

    Zombies vs. Unicorns

  • The creature's head dropped back to the stone floor, and a big tear squeezed out of one large, pink-rimmed, gray eye.


  • Her eyes were pink-rimmed and squinty from exhaustion, from proofreading, red pen in hand, insurance policy documents day after day in faint office light.

    Their Dogs Came With Them

  • Her face was pale and strained, her eyes pink-rimmed.

    Slaying is Such Sweet Sorrow

  • The dust from that tortuous road rose in an earth adhering cloud from out which honest, clean-souled men came like pain-distorted spectres, wearing grey tear stained masks with pink-rimmed eyeholes and mud edged mouths.

    Tropic Days

  • It let go of his sleeve and stood there gazing at him, tongue lolling pink from a pink-rimmed mouth.


  • In the cage is a white rabbit with a pink nose and pink-rimmed eyes.

    on writing by stephen king

  • The girl was about five or six, thin, with spindly, blond pigtails and bright blue eyes behind pink-rimmed glasses.



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