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adjective as in light

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That officer believed my fair-skinned son was white, according to the traffic citation I examined.

Fair-skinned, tall and svelte with intense black eyes, she sought me out, again to practice her English.

In 2006, fair-skinned Kate Moss posed for The Independent wearing nothing but black paint covering her face and body.

Kristen Stewart was cast as Marylou at 17, before she played fair-skinned and often sullen Bella Swan in The Twilight series.

My sister is fair-skinned also, and she received much more fawning over than I did.

She was blue-eyed and red-haired, with a fair-skinned, open countenance, but very reserved and quiet in her demeanour.

For the fair-skinned daughters of the Goth, being wise, hold that there is but one kind of love, as there is but one kind of gold.

Frankle stared in contempt at the fair-skinned captives, fixing his eyes on them for a long moment.

They were also called Λευκοὶ Οὔννοι or Χοῦνοι, White (that is fair-skinned) Huns.

This, when the Indians saw, they dashed into the surf, and dragged the fair-skinned voyager to land.


On this page you'll find 100 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fair-skinned, such as: argent, blanched, bleached, blond, blonde, and faded.

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