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  • Last, of course, were the assistants: young, nubile things lined up along the wall for the picking, looking smoky-eyed and mildly slutty and trying not to lose their balance as they fished the olives from their drinks.

    Spring

  • What's more, a tattooed ingenue named Lily Mila Kunis, in a smashing breakout performance has just joined the company, presenting a loose-limbed, smoky-eyed threat to Nina's tightly wound rectitude.

    Vision, en pointe

  • “Just for a second there you looked like a smoldering, smoky-eyed siren planning your next seduction!”

    The Home for Broken Hearts

  • Yet you make of it a cheap prostitute, adorning it with 22-inch golden rims, smoky-eyed windows, and a glittering wing on its back.

    Nine Traffic Circles of Hell | Impact Lab

  • His mother was Ruth Zuckerman, known as Ruth Taylor, a smoky-eyed silent-screen film actress, so he had, in a sense, been born into show business.

    The Making of "The Graduate"

  • There were kids everywhere, and bridal shops and toy stores and thrift stores, and a photography studio with silver-framed pictures of smiling babies and smoky-eyed women in feather boas.

    My Dreams Out in the Street

  • 'You may be happy to lie to your family about our supposed "relationship",' she had told him with a look of smoky-eyed despair.

    The Demetrios Virgin

  • He was almost sure he remembered a moment when the other two San­ciscos stood looking down at him, the man scowling, the smoky-eyed woman smiling a derisive smile.

    Science Fiction Hall of Fame

  • YouTube makeup legend Lauren Luke, aka panacea81, talks you through the smoky-eyed look

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

  • The models, too, were fresh-faced, rather than the smoky-eyed, bedroom-haired "dolls" usually associated with the Balmain glam-rock excess.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

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