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  • adj. of a leaf tipped with pink


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  • The gray of the sea showed a streaky blue, and the cloud-masses were actually pink-tipped by a really and truly sun.


  • The rosettes were pink-tipped, crisp: bud-like little kisses around the edge of my cracked serving plate.

    The Fiend

  • Nicki raked her pink-tipped toenails through the gravel.

    The Half Life

  • “Where you going?” she murmured, rolling over, exposing one delicate, pink-tipped breast.

    The Home for Broken Hearts

  • She was braless, yet her giant, pink-tipped, white torpedoes, needing no support, sat up high and proud.

    Pure Paradise

  • You can see them, two cute little tweens, one with pink-tipped hair, selling lemonade in front of my house.

    Lemonade « First 50 Words – Writing Prompts

  • He had to see them again, those small, pink-tipped beauties.

    Savor Me Slowly

  • She had small breasts, but they were soft and pink-tipped.

    Savor Me Slowly

  • But then he remembered her in the bath last night, her full, pink-tipped breasts rising out of the water.


  • She with her small, compact, very pink-tipped (surely rouged) bosoms plain to see through the black lace of the short, skimpy black dress.

    A Twist in Time


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