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Already the patch of brush in which lay the renegade Policemen was hidden in the smudge, shut away from our sight.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
The pale glow of light which came from that powder smudge on Carlson's lapel was no longer visible!
High on the left lapel of his dark suit coat was a white smudge made by some sort of powder.
In the dooryard, a dull fire smoked in a tin pan,—a "smudge" to drive off the mosquitoes.
This produced a grayish smudge, but a second and third application made a good black.
When he reached the highest crest, Vega still hung over the sullen glow of a furnace throat; but the smudge had grown darker.
MOUNTAINCLEMENT WOOD
And each time it hit the wall, a tiny greenish smudge appeared at the point of impact.
THOMPSON'S CATROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS
Forgive the smudge, but I am in an awful hurry, and I have got my fingers inky through the overturning of an ink bottle.
But in this moment of depression we saw a smudge of red across a valley, and Marcel uttered a little shout of joy.
IN HOSTILE REDJOSEPH ALTSHELER
When he turned to look at the world, he saw only a wide smudge of darkness spread in the distance.

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