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That fat old Hemerlingue found it restful, puffing in his stage-box on the ground floor as in a trough of cerise satin.
THE NABOBALPHONSE DAUDET
The gown was cerise in color, and from her forearm hung a great fan of green plumes.
He smokes a pipe a yard long, and sits all day, with his swathed feet crossed Buddha fashion, on a brilliant cerise-pink blanket.
A JOURNAL FROM JAPANMARIE CARMICHAEL STOPES
We passed oaks all green and yellow, and maple trees, wonderfully colored red and cerise.
Yes, James, soon you will once again see me in my silk hat, cerise fancy vest and brown boots (among other garments).
She made a ring of the gown's opening, and through that cerise frame her eyes met those of Two-eighteen.
"My stop-watch isn't working right," replied Julia impudently and took the cerise satin gown in her two hands.
The blazing folds of a cerise satin gown held in her hands made a great, crude patch of colour in the neutral-tinted bedroom.
With each pace the slashed silken skirt parted to reveal a shameless glimpse of cerise silk stocking.
He had, as a matter of fact, attractive eyes; and that cerise-coloured knitted tie with a pearl stickpin might indicate much.
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