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He bore a crystal goblet containing a liquor colorless as water, but bright enough to be the draught of immortality.
Hereupon the Angel of the Odd replenished my goblet (which was about a third full of Port) with a colorless fluid that he poured from one of his hand bottles.
Pocketing his bank-book, he gave her a sharp nod, a colorless "how-de-do, Miss Rose," and a tip of the hat that might have been a little less stiff had he been more accustomed to greeting the ladies.
This is a whiskered and colorless type, the latter characteristic pointing to the fact that he spends his days in arboreal seclusion.
Paul to Britain, was probably preserved in this chapel until the eighth century," Symon was saying in his clear but colorless voice.
She climbed another step and looked down once more upon the figure that was only partly lit up, standing in the street with a colorless face turned upwards.
Her blooming full-pulsed youth stood there in a moral imprisonment which made itself one with the chill, colorless, narrowed landscape, with the shrunken furniture, the never-read books, and the ghostly stag in a pale fantastic world that seemed to be vanishing from the daylight.
All I have seen, so far, have pale, colorless skins and clothes as blue as the country they live in, while I am of many gorgeous colors-- face and body and clothes.
The vegetation here was sparse and of a weird, colorless nature, though what did grow was wondrous in shape and form.
Marilla's was a rather prim and colorless epistle, severely innocent of gossip or emotion.
Lady Ruth is coming here," Aynesworth repeated in a colorless tone.
He was a little chap, with a colorless face and the whitest, blankest eyes I ever saw.