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Very carefully and cleverly she began to whiten her face, to touch up her eyes and her narrow, definite eyebrows.
BELLA DONNAROBERT HICHENS
To this a man whose hair is beginning to whiten, replies, "A graceful compliment to you, madame!"
His calm, classic features began to whiten (and sharpen) in the frosty moonlight.
OVER THE SLIPRAILSHENRY LAWSON
There was just enough snow to whiten the ground, but none to spare.
These, together with the asphodels, which literally whiten the ground, indicate the neighbourhood of the sea.
Strong men have tried to lift that stone of Sisyphus, and to-day their bones whiten the cemeteries.
The dawn was beginning to whiten the mountain peaks, and to make its way into the clearings of the forest.
A "light" snow means merely enough to whiten the earth, and which usually disappears in a few hours.
Mr. Goodsport tries to blacken Mr. Goodman's character, while the Rector tries to whiten Mr. Goodsport's character.
PTOMAINE STREETCAROLYN WELLS
It is not the troubles of to-day, but those of to-morrow and next week and next year, that whiten our heads and wrinkle our faces.
HOW TO SUCCEEDORISON SWETT MARDEN

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