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  • A heroine from an English play dating from 1798 said, as she peered through her warm-tinted glass: “How gorgeously glowing.”

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  • She was a girl of eighteen, dark, fine featured, with bright eyes, and a rich, swift colour under her warm-tinted skin.

    The Wheels of Chance: a bicycling idyll

  • In the center of the short end of the plaza, dwarfed by the monster bulks of steel and concrete and glass around it, stood a little old building of warm-tinted adobe.

    Lone Star Planet

  • But the skeleton in the cheekbone at the point of its angle was just beginning delicately to be defined under the warm-tinted skin.

    Billy Budd

  • The sky was streaked with dead gold and cerise and warm-tinted clouds trailed across the heavens like the ends of a scarf streaming from the neck of a hurrying woman.

    The Lost Valley

  • He was tall for his age, and beautiful – the hair a rich auburn with a glistening curl in it, skin very white and warm-tinted, eyes small and of a greenish blue, with dilated pupils and long lashes.

    Further Chronicles of Avonlea

  • "How did YOU know?" he returned, pleased and thrilled by her glowing brown hair, her eloquent eyes, her warm-tinted cheeks, her form, as erect as of yore, but not so thin -- as pleased and thrilled as if all these belonged to him.

    Lahoma

  • Above them rose the dark, arching span of the eyebrows on the soft warm-tinted forehead, cut in one line of severest beauty with the delicate nose.

    Six Women

  • Saidie clung to his neck with a little cry of pleasure, her bare, warm-tinted feet hung over his arm.

    Six Women

  • Saidie slipped off his knee, and fastening the little gilt link at her neck more securely, drew her soft filmy garment more closely to her, and commenced to dance before him in the screened verandah, with the hot moonlight, filtered through the delicate tracery; of innumerable leaves falling on her smooth, warm-tinted body.

    Six Women

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