fluffy black

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  • She wore a black shade hat and carried a fluffy black parasol under her arm. Cited from While Caroline Was Growing, by Josephine Daskam Bacon
  • Then she sat down on a low stool, and her soft, fluffy black draperies fell round her. Cited from Great Possessions, by Mrs. Wilfrid Ward
  • So shiny was he that you could see reflected on his sides the black, gold-spangled tights and fluffy black skirts worn by Mlle. Cited from Horses Nine, by Sewell Ford
  • That faded piece of feminine elegance, in fluffy black, bored her. Cited from The Far Horizon, by Lucas Malet
  • Wharton looked ugly, and the black-eyed girl with fluffy black hair was looking behind Judith's head at Crittenden and was smiling. Cited from Crittenden, by John Fox, Jr.
  • The lady in fluffy black, for example, followed her with glances of undisguised and condemnatory interest, finally calling the attention of both her cavaliers to the progress of this glowing figure. Cited from The Far Horizon, by Lucas Malet
  • Finally an idea seemed to come into her head; she made a bound toward Tumbu, and the next moment was on his back, clawing onto his fluffy black fur; whereat everybody laughed. Cited from The Adventures of Akbar, by Flora Annie Steel
  • His face was turned away, his shoulder being towards her, as he leaned sideways talking to the woman beside him -- a slender, faded, yet elegant person of uncertain age, dressed in fluffy black. Cited from The Far Horizon, by Lucas Malet
  • She went to bed at eight, at which time Istra was going out to dinner with a thin, hatchet-faced sarcastic-looking man in a Norfolk jacket and a fluffy black tie. Cited from Our Mr. Wrenn, by Sinclair Lewis
  • Of course it was impossible longer to conceal the fact that the new patient had brought with him a dog, so he showed me -- nestling under his arm -- a young Newfoundland puppy, looking like nothing so much as a fluffy black ball. Cited from Memories, by Fannie A. (Mrs.) Beers
  • Attached to the gray worsted stocking which covered his fleshless calf was a fluffy black hairy ball, with one little red eye glancing up, and the gleam of two white teeth where it held its grip. Cited from The Refugees, by Arthur Conan Doyle
  • Both the man and woman had retained the personal regard for themselves which is so pleasant in old people, and Mrs. Blood was still as dainty as could be, in her trim gowns, generally of some fluffy black or silvery gray material, and Parasang was as strong and wholesome looking as an ox. Cited from The Wolf's Long Howl, by Stanley Waterloo