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  • adj. Not faded


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  • I grab a handful of the loose and puckered bread dough that used to be my taut belly and trace the rust-colored line that runs unfaded from a few inches above my belly button down to my pubic hair.

    Left Neglected

  • Between them, these two movies are guaranteed to whet your appetite for the unfaded charms of Gilbert and Sullivan.

    They Are the Very Model of Major Gilbert & Sullivan DVDs

  • My copy of The Rook #3 has brilliant beautiful colors and unfaded cover gloss.

    Feast Your Foolish Eyes!

  • Ravenwing's patterns were brand new, the colors and edges crisp and unfaded - and it was obvious to Keisha's experienced eyes that the reason she'd been in the bath was because she had been washing out the excess dyes.

    Elephant in the City

  • A fine copy, with topstain uncharacteristically rich, in an unfaded, nearly perfect dust jacket with just a couple of tiny spots of rubbing.

    Jan Herman: Book Bling for Sale

  • Our mop yarn are unfaded, long last, strong, eco-friendly and competitive price

    Yearn Worthy Yarn: Banana Silk Yarn

  • I don't recall a thing he said but hear his voice now, strong, unfaded, as I played by his wheelchair, instead.

    I'll be damned

  • He's a very sharp 85, too, with valuable and unfaded memories of his long career.

    Der Nebula von Notre Dame

  • Click through to see my 19-year-old unfaded self in all his hirsute glory, thanks to Paul, who snapped this photo nearly 35 years ago, and decided to hang onto it!

    Not Fade Away

  • Last summer, the safety light out back went out, and we decided not to replace it because we were so bedazzled by the spectacle of a night-sky unfaded by city lights, blanketing its majesty overhead like diamond-encrusted black-velvet robes.

    Deanie Mills: How To Kill A Two-Headed Snake


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