Here he will never know that his mother was a painted woman.
To Peter, the words of the painted woman came as a finishing blow.
Then you see a painted woman—not the character she is presenting.
He was the first who painted woman with brilliant drapery and variegated head-dresses.
She had seen Jim in drunken debauch with the painted woman, who had boasted that this lover came always at her call.
She painted woman as its victim, till every heart recoiled at the image she drew.
He was dressed in a brown velveteen suit; a red sash encircled his waist; and on his arm he flaunted a painted woman.
A dissolute, painted woman of Earth, staring out at Polter as he passed.
"You're a set of cowards," chimed in a painted woman, dressed in a poor and tawdry dress.
"I don't see how you can call a painted woman 'pretty,'" Eleanor said, coldly.