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  • They stood so for a long time before she raised her dewy lips to his. Cited from The Winds of Chance, by Rex Beach
  • No; morning and the dewy prime are born into the earth again with every child. Cited from The Function Of The Poet And Other Essays, by James Russell Lowell
  • I see her in the dewy flowers-- I see her sweet and fair. Cited from The Hundred Best English Poems, by Various
  • And as she ran over the dewy grass, he looked after her with a smile. Cited from Garthowen, by Allen Raine
  • Her mouth is large, but I never saw such red lips, full and red and dewy. Cited from The Prairie Wife, by Arthur Stringer
  • But in the dewy eyes of the girl there was no question. Cited from Active Service, by Stephen Crane
  • The first scene was a view of a wood in early morning, every object looked blue, fresh, and dewy. Cited from The Stranger in France, by John Carr
  • She had a child's dewy youth in her eyes. Cited from The Ninth Vibration, et. al., by L. Adams Beck #8
  • Deep in the dewy shadow of a wood, Or where stars walk upon a mountain top. Cited from The Land Of Heart's Desire (Little Blue Book #335), by W.B. Yeats
  • Romeo went away through the still and dewy garden like a man in a dream. Cited from Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare by E. Nesbit #6
  • Her blue eyes began to look very dewy. Cited from "Us", by Mary Louisa S. Molesworth (AKA: Mrs. Molesworth)
  • Still holding it; she rose, and went through the bars into the dewy lane. Cited from Meadow Grass, by Alice Brown
  • I shall ever remember that dewy, fresh summer morning. Cited from Life of Harriet Beecher Stowe,Charles Edward Stowe
  • What is it that in youth sheds a dewy light round the evening star? Cited from Characters of Shakespeare's Plays, Wm. Hazlitt
  • There were shadows under the eyes that should have been soft and dewy. Cited from The Purple Heights, by Marie Conway Oemler
  • Fair scene Most loved by Evening and her dewy star! Cited from From John O'Groats to Land's End, by Robert Naylor and John Naylor
  • She lifted her eyes, dewy with the beauty of the world. Cited from Max, by Katherine Cecil Thurston
  • The whole plain, dewy and fresh, sprang up in the light of the morning. Cited from The Texan Star, by Joseph A. Altsheler
  • She led me, with dainty steps, through a dewy garden walk into the trail. Cited from D'Ri and I, by Irving Bacheller
  • In the dewy light of the early dawn he occupied the first rebel town. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 8, No. 45, July, 1861, by Various
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