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  • adj. not wearing rouge


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  • For months, Raoul had observed her moping about the Upper West Side in sneakers, paint-spattered sweatshirts, and denim skirts, unrouged lips so pendulous in their pout she could have picked pennies off the street without bending over.

    Skinny Legs and All

  • Where were the subdued twin-sets and skirts, the unrouged lips?

    the dirty duck

  • Her hair was a little tangled now, her face was pale and unrouged.

    When the Lion Feeds

  • As she looked at herself in the glass before leaving the room she smiled for pleasure that she was unpowdered and unrouged, not pausing, in her exalted mood, to wonder whether she would have faced the daylight so.

    Secret Bread

  • Loeb, with red circles round her very black eyes, and her unrouged face rather blotched, sat in one of the second-floor-front rooms of a double buff-brick house on Washington Boulevard, hunched up in a red-velvet chair, chin cupped in palm, and gazing, through perfectly adjusted

    Humoresque A Laugh on Life with a Tear Behind It

  • It was not long before Susan would have as soon thought of issuing forth with her body uncovered as with her lips unrouged.

    Susan Lenox: Her Fall and Rise, Volume II

  • It was a new reason for not hesitating: she put up her hands hastily, undid the other fastenings, and flung down into the basket of doom her beloved crimson-velvet berretta, with all its unsurpassed embroidery of seed-pearls, and stood an unrouged woman, with grey hair pushed backward from a face where certain deep lines of age had triumphed over _embonpoint_.


  • Duchesse with her unrouged Amazons; she cannot be prevented making long Hahas, when the vote is not La Mort.

    The French Revolution


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