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  • Roscelin's white face tightened yet more painfully, and for a moment he struggled visibly against his fear of inevitable rejection and loss.

    The Confession of Brother Haluin

  • Her little pink and white face looked unusually small under its crown of silvery hair, and there was a frailness about her that caught sharply at Inspector Curry's heart.

    Twin Moons

  • She half-rose before sinking back, her eyes in her small white face starred and glistening as if dead, pupils huge and gold-filmed.

    The Thorn Birds

  • He had a sublet in one of Chelsea's block-long housing projects, and his was the only white face in the building.

    The Beach House

  • When they noticed a tall woman with white face and hair and black dress, one by one they stepped a little aside, so that Mrs. Comstock could see the stage.

    A Girl of the Limberlost

  • Mrs. Bart stood over him with a white face which made her hair unnaturally yellow.

    The House of Mirth

  • He had rushed out to avoid going up to his room, for he had an idea that Agnes might have got in secretly and be waiting for him there, with her white face and the letter in her hand.

    The Mother

  • The door of the little cabin opened and Helen Rodd came out; and, clad in the poppy-starred white Bikini, red hair blazing, white face painted to a travesty at least of the gay, painted face of other days — Louvaine followed her and stood with smiling mouth and unsmiling eyes, blinking at the Gerente in the sun.

    Tour de Force

  • One hand held a driving whip, the other grasped the door-latch, while his keen eyes watched the white face behind the rifle whose muzzle almost touched his breast, yet giving no sign of fear.

    Winona: A Tale of Negro Life in the South and Southwest

  • A small white face appeared behind the balustrade.



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