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- n. The condition of being pink
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Quality or state of being pink.
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- n. the quality of being pink
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But the same person living further north in the U. K, or Canada would need 20-30 minutes to get that light pinkness, which is all one needs.
Canada would need 20-30 minutes to get that light pinkness, which is all one needs.
There was just something about the "pinkness" that reminded me of Kool Aid and, even worse, the cheap stuff we drank at parties while in college.
There are hot dog fillings that have more in common with meat than mere pinkness, whose lucky consumers don't apply mustard because that would spoil the taste.
And I took several available moments to admire the pinkness of my new coat
I waded off into the cold water and got up to my chest before coming out on the other side where I could make out the pinkness of watered down blood.
Her mother was repelled by the sight of blood in meat and, anytime they had steak or hamburger, would cook it until every trace of pinkness was gone.
“You look perfect as you are, with all that pinkness whipped into your cheeks.”
A great price and cruelty-free.i-conceal Brush-on Fluid Concealer £19, newcidcosmetics.co.ukA light formula ideal for oilier skins, with not a trace of nasty pinkness.
Seeing a large group of the Roman pictures emphasizes the variations in their seemingly unchanging pinkness—the differences between rose, red, salmon and peach, for example, become important.