I used to sing, 'Blue eyed Mary,' for the gentlemen who dined with papa.
Edith Garwood was tall and fair and blue eyed, with the dainty bloom and colouring of a flower.
Thus the tall handsome man, the blue eyed, fair-haired stranger with the noble bearing, appeared before the high company.
He was a youth, fair skinned and blue eyed, with long brown hair.
Chip's jealousy of Dr. Cecil Grantham, who turns out to be a big, blue eyed young woman is very amusing.
In obedience to the direction given, the clerk withdrew; the door was opened again, and a blue eyed, fair-haired girl entered.
Barbara came up to me blue eyed and innocent, and with a traitorous jerk, undid my beautiful white bow.
Jimmie was a little fair haired, blue eyed, rose cheeked English boy.
The white girl is delicate, fair-skinned, light-haired and blue eyed, and is said very much to resemble the mother.
Not far from me sits a beautiful young girl, fair haired and blue eyed, and of a peculiarly interesting and lady-like appearance.