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  • Cherry was called, a flaunting bit of a child with bobbed golden hair and the air of a bold young seraph, her white face bravely painted, her cherry lips cherrier even than the cherry for which she had been named.

    The City of Fire Grace Livingston Hill 1906

  • Sarah Wilson, and she soon began to meet and accost him oftener, and in cherrier-colored ribbons, than he could stand.

    Foul Play Charles Reade 1849


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