milk-white

[ milk-hwahyt, -wahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF milk-white

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A milk-white fawn, on account of its rarity, was given him by a peasant.

Out of her milk-white innocency no confession was to be made.

We were sitting on a luxurious divan and he held my milk-white hand in his.

The moon, ringed by a halo, shone like an opal in the milk-white sky.

Then, mounting her milk-white ass, she set out to follow them.

Past that flight of milk-white pigeons were black walls as yet unvisited.

The milk-white horses were stained with sweat and splashed with blood.

Her chariot was all of gold, and drawn by milk-white steeds.

Is the temple, new and of milk-white marble, now as clean and white in its priesthood?

Here and there, too, we found boulders of opaque, milk-white quartz.

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