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cried I) how canst thou thus undauntedly endeavour to sully the spotless reputation of such bright Excellence?
The servants in spotless white muslin and the crest of their regiments on the brow of their turbans waited behind their masters, who were clad in the scarlet and gold of the White Hussars, and the cream and silver of the Lushkar Light Horse.
Indirectly, by means of tact and a spotless name, a lady could accomplish much.
And yet, dearest," he quickly added, observing now the remark had cut her, "I know you to be the most honest, spotless creature that ever lived.
There, such as were not as spotless as an angel might have the dispositions of a fiend.
All were neatly dressed in spotless white robes and had brown skins, horns on their foreheads and three-colored hair.
His attention was attracted first by the white and spotless liveries of the servants--the form of locomotion itself was almost new to him.
Recognising the value to the bank of a spotless reputation for its officers, the President drew his check for the amount of the shortage and the Cashier was restored to favour.
Smooth, spotless, unbroken, the shallow snow lay everywhere.
John of Hordle," he thundered, "you have shown yourself during the two months of your novitiate to be a recreant monk, and one who is unworthy to wear the white garb which is the outer symbol of the spotless spirit.
Anne," she said to that small personage, who was shelling peas by the spotless table and singing, "Nelly of the Hazel Dell" with a vigor and expression that did credit to Diana's teaching, "did you see anything of my amethyst brooch?
Must I remind you of what you owe to your high position, your spotless integrity, your famous name?