But there was the old expression on her face, limpid, dovelike.
On the way out Melissy had sat as demure and dovelike as it was possible for her to be.
Now we should know, the mater said, that the girl was dovelike.
"I don't always seem to know what art is," admitted Alicia, dovelike.
Many of the hundreds baptized that day expressed themselves as having felt the dovelike Spirit of Peace descending on them, too.
At the harrowing picture thus conjured up her voice fairly shook, and the tears started into her dovelike eyes.
It was the plainest of dwellings, painted by wind and weather to a dovelike silver-gray.
Oh, how still and kindly was the night, what dovelike softness breathed in the deep-blue air!
A hint of dovelike and tigerlike qualities shone in his dark eyes.
Earthly voices die away on the threshold, and peace, dovelike, broods over the very entrance.