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A little ripply, cool breeze begun to blow, and that was as good as saying the night was about done.
ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
Then again she brushed and brushed, until the ripply mass shone like unto burnished gold.
MAID SALLYHARRIET A. CHEEVER
A pretty girl she was, with eyes as blue as a lake and ripply hair she wore in a big knot.
BETTY GORDON IN THE LAND OF OILALICE B. EMERSON
The lights blurred out completely, and were replaced by a diffused illumination over the entire ripply barrier.
ASTOUNDING STORIES, AUGUST, 1931VARIOUS
And the boats rolled happily with charming ripply noises till the water was calm and quiet again.
THE HOUSE BY THE RIVERA. P. HERBERT
Why, without half tryin' I could start that ripply laugh of hers going and get the dimples playin' tag with her blushes.
TORCHY AND VEESEWELL FORD
"Well, not quite so far as that," smiled Loveday, diligently brushing a flaxen mane ripply with plaiting.
A HARUM-SCARUM SCHOOLGIRLANGELA BRAZIL
A low-hanging, golden moon, a lake that was ripply but not too rough, and balmy night air—who could ask for more?
THE FIREBUGROY J. SNELL
Edna laughed her ripply laugh that always made everyone else laugh, too.
A THOUSAND WAYS TO PLEASE A HUSBANDLOUISE BENNETT WEAVER
His thoughts still ran to blue-gray eyes and ripply hair, but he made no attempt to put them into a story.
THE LURE OF THE DIM TRAILSBY (AKA B. M. SINCLAIR) B. M. BOWER

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