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Then daylight came and the statue took on in succession the rosy lividness of the dawn and the gilded reflection of the sun.
ANCIENT MANNERSPIERRE LOUYS
The face is fearsome pale and of an immovable waxen lividness, in which the purple lips fall slightly apart.
DRAMATIC TECHNIQUEGEORGE PIERCE BAKER
My sister's well-known and beloved features could not be concealed by convulsion or lividness.
WIELAND; OR THE TRANSFORMATIONCHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN
A rapid flowed into the head of it, and the lines of froth shone with a strange lividness.
Pale and livid combs are as certain a sign of bad health in fowls, as the paleness or lividness of the lips is in human beings.
POULTRYHUGH PIPER
He raises his eyes and beholds only the lividness of the clouds.
LES MISRABLESVICTOR HUGO
On the 2nd day, (fig. 8,) the vesicles began to exhibit a central lividness, which was augmented on the subsequent days.
The glare behind him emphasized the lividness of his pallid skin.
Von Holtzs pallor changed subtly from the pallor of fear to the awful lividness of rage.

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