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primrose-colored

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  • Among the deep blue shadows lights were coming on, primrose-colored street lamps, violet arc lights, ruddy sheets of light poured out of shop windows.

    Three Soldiers

  • Judith thought contrastingly of Eben King's staring, primrose-colored house in all its bare, intrusive grandeur.

    Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1904

  • He called up Master Tim before him in the little white "sweater," with the primrose-colored ruffled feathers of hair, the gritted white teeth, small almost as the teeth of a mouse, the moist, ardent cheeks, and the glowing eyes looking steadfastly to the Tribal God.

    In the Wilderness

  • All the flags of triumph and joy were hung out in it and floated on the breeze; a soul appeared at the two windows shining with perfect happiness; and, mysteriously, in all the little figure, from the ruffled primrose-colored feathers of hair to the feet in the white shoes, the pride of manhood looked forth through the glowing rapture of a child.

    In the Wilderness

  • The primrose-colored hair on his small round head was all ruffled up, perspiration streamed over his pink rosy cheeks, his eyes shone with determination, and his little white teeth were gritted as, with all the solemn intensity of childhood, he strove to obey on the instant Jenkins's loud words of command.

    In the Wilderness

  • It was dark already, but in the square there was still the cool bright primrose-colored evening light.

    Bebee

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