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primrose-yellow

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  • I wore something along those lines -- pine-green jumper, primrose-yellow blouse -- to my college interviews, and I got into EVERY ONE SO THERE.Nice implementation, Ashley.

    You Too Can Enter The Exciting World of Airship Hostesses! - A Dress A Day

  • Gemma had to look up as she took his outstretched hand, for Miles Sterrett was tall and slender, with a thin face and fine hair that looked more primrose-yellow than gray in the firelight.

    A Share in Death

  • They had bought rolls hot from the baker with primrose-yellow summer butter dripping from them and ate them as they roved among the stalls.

    The Silent Tower

  • Here he broke off, for, on reaching the top of the staircase, he suddenly caught sight of a young and trim-looking girl of pleasing appearance, clad in a uniform of primrose-yellow, with white apron and cap.

    Juggernaut

  • On the third day hundreds of primrose-yellow envelopes, inscribed in green ink to the studio's clients, poured into the letter-chute.

    The Nest Builder

  • She was glad of the excuse of the heavy heat to discard her usual black gown and be seen in a colour that she knew belonged to her by right of her black hair and violet eyes -- a deep primrose-yellow of soft, transparent muslin.

    Blue Aloes Stories of South Africa

  • She wore a coat of gosling-green with facings of primrose-yellow, and when she fell and barked the knee of one stocking I took her to old Martha, and old Martha mended her.

    If You Touch Them They Vanish

  • I stood watching him until he seemed a moving shadow along the level floor of the world flooded with primrose-yellow, until he became a shifting stroke of umber on a background of misty gold.

    The Prairie Child

  • And the lamp gave forth an unearthly light, which poured over the endless sands a sheet of primrose-yellow flame.

    It Happened in Egypt

  • While Mrs Vesey and Miss Halcombe were richly clad (each in the manner most becoming to her age), the first in silver-grey, and the second in that delicate primrose-yellow colour which matches so well with a dark complexion and black hair, Miss Fairlie was unpretendingly and almost poorly dressed in plain white muslin.

    The Woman in White

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