lily-white

[ adjective lil-ee-hwahyt, -wahyt; noun lil-ee-hwahyt, -wahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF lily-white

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LILY-WHITE

And then, brother, the faces of the beaux are of such a lily-white hue!

Her face, that had been lily-white, was flushed from brow to neck.

Should the people be allowed to think that he was lily-white?

They went on swimming about after their own lily-white mother.

I have always told my friends that you were a chilling, lily-white flake of snow.

She was lily-white, whose cheeks had but now been burning so fiercely.

She was lily-white whose cheeks had but now been burning so fiercely.

And he said he was sorrowing for a lily-white hound that he had lost.

She was fair to a fault, a lily-white maid with the silkiest of flaxen tresses.

Give us liberty, or death—pumpkin pies and lily-white hands!

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