weather-browned love

weather-browned

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  • Steam rose in ripples from his bare, weather-browned skin.

    Excerpt: Shelter From The Storm by Michael Mewshaw

  • Out of the corner of her eye, she could see Tommy weighing her up, eyes shrewd in his weather-browned face.

    A Place of Execution

  • Under the rim of his hard hat, Farley's weather-browned face was expressionless.

    Till the Butchers Cut Him Down

  • Then a smile smoothed the wrinkles on his weather-browned face.

    Stormblade

  • In his weather-browned and wrinkled face, his green eyes shone like spring leaves in sunlight.

    Stormblade

  • Hugh had one glimpse of a weather-browned country face and round, guileless blue eyes.

    The Hermit of Eyton Forest

  • His weather-browned face was seamed with a scar which ran from left temple to the corner of his mouth, and his hair was a ragged, unkempt mop of brown-red which tossed free as he rode, since he was hatless.

    Ride Proud, Rebel!

  • Very hard, keen, weather-browned faces had they, eyes tight-set for the main chance, mouths worn thin by biting farthings, and hands whose hard fingers crooked with holding fast what they had earned.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 13, No. 79, May, 1864

  • Susan Hetth complained about everything, from the lack of society to the smallness of her income, plus a few scathing comments upon her niece's weather-browned face and the hopeless outlook for her matrimonial future.

    Leonie of the Jungle

  • Lessard's bitter tongue the dull red stole up into his weather-browned cheeks, glowed there an instant and receded, leaving his face white under the tan.

    Raw Gold A Novel

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