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  • Some young men wore suits and ties, others crisp shirts and soft-colored sweaters.

    Obama Charms Turkey's Youth

  • A soft-colored rose or gerbera daisy in a bud vase at each place setting doubles as a party favor at the end of the party.

    Ideas for Giving a Baby Shower

  • Several more brightly clad people met me in the doorway, and so we entered, I, dressed in dingy nineteenth-century garments, looking grotesque enough, garlanded with flowers, and surrounded by an eddying mass of bright, soft-colored robes and shining white limbs, in a melodious whirl of laughter and laughing speech.

    The Time Machine, by H. G. Wells

  • For flowers, Abby would carry a bouquet of soft-colored roses—cream, white, palest yellow, barely pink—with trails of ivy and honeysuckle.

    Carolina Mist

  • For flowers, Abby would carry a bouquet of soft-colored roses—cream, white, palest yellow, barely pink—with trails of ivy and honeysuckle.

    Carolina Mist

  • For flowers, Abby would carry a bouquet of soft-colored roses—cream, white, palest yellow, barely pink—with trails of ivy and honeysuckle.

    Carolina Mist

  • Several more brightly clad people met me in the doorway, and so we entered, I, dressed in dingy nineteenth-century garments, looking grotesque enough, garlanded with flowers, and surrounded by an eddying mass of bright, soft-colored robes and shining white limbs, in a melodious whirl of laughter and laughing speech.

    Science Fiction Hall of Fame

  • How the terraces, arched and lined with soft-colored lamps, re-echoed with gay laughter or murmured flatteries!

    The International Magazine, Volume 2, No. 2, January, 1851

  • From her bed she could see the dainty white dressing table and the soft-colored print of Raphael's Madonna hanging in its gold frame beside it.

    Phyllis A Twin

  • Curious things came to the jeweler's desk where Margot worked; jewels cut and uncut, soft-colored sea-pebbles, natural lumps of greenish copper, silver and gold and brass (to Margot's eye there were no baser metals) malachite and coral and New Zealand jade.

    Kenny

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