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  • Even the people that they spotted as Hector drove through the small communities and green hillside had features that were strong, distinct, sun-darkened, and very attractive.

    Larger Than Lyfe

  • His sun-darkened skin made his wintry gray eyes stand out.

    Dreams of a Dark Warrior

  • I felt the flush burning my cheeks again, and had to turn away from his bright eyes in his sun-darkened skin, his sharp square jaw, his smile.

    Broken Places « A Fly in Amber

  • Long European girls in bikinis; sun-darkened locals with tattoos sprayed over shoulders and thighs, carrying their big-wave guns.

    Kook

  • Wanda was a woman of uncertain ethnicity between 30 and 50 years of age whose face consisted of a series of sun-darkened red-and-purple rounded structures, like rosy cheeks, but located in places on her face where cheeks would not normally be found.

    Joshuah Bearman: Journeys With George (Saunders), or Why Magazines Should Hire More Fiction Writers

  • He smiled - his teeth white against sun-darkened skin - then bowed again, a little deeper his time.

    The Substance of a Dream

  • A powdery white complexion denoted a woman of advantaged status, not that of a lowly sun-darkened field laborer.

    Before You Put That On

  • As Rhavas left, the Vaspurakaner steward led a sun-darkened man with a scarred face toward the audience chamber.

    Bridge of the Separator

  • He was all brown -- hair, tunic, and sun-darkened skin.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • His sun-darkened hands reminded her of baseball mitts, of baked hams.

    Predator

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