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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LILY WHITE

"You might as well say that the root of a rose is red, and of a lily white," said No. 3.

Why is the lily white, the robin's breast splashed with red?

Alleyne, glancing at her, noted that her breath came quick and short, and that her cheeks had blanched to a lily white.

Apparently, at this point, Mr. Jones expected Virginia to extend her lily white hand to be kissed.

And now indeed Hope, holy sister, swept through the poet's sky in crown of gold and robe of lily white.

The Prince bowed and pressed a kiss upon her hand and she was glad it was lily white and not rough and red.

This custom became frequent, and, in spite of himself, Smiths lily white sentiments were undermining the rule of his party.

Her confusion expressed itself in deep damask roses on the cheeks that had, indeed, been lily white before.

I bent down, kissed the lily white hand which lay on the counterpane, and rushed from the room.

The songs of the poet with lily white hands who writes about the dignity of toil and subservience to the employer will disappear.

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