his dewy

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  • Would he ever again fold dear little Willie in his arms, and feel his dewy cheek against his own, as he did now? Cited from The Drummer Boy, by John Trowbridge
  • He sat in his buggy and wiped his dewy eye. Cited from Boy Woodburn, by Alfred Ollivant
  • He loved my robin sounds, he loved my whispers, his dewy dark eyes looked into mine as if he knew we two understood strange tender things others did not. Cited from My Robin, by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • Go, meet his dewy, lingering lips in many a breathless kiss! Cited from The Elegies of Tibullus, by Tibullus
  • Forth in the summer morning, full of the sun and breeze, Into his dewy garden, walks the master of the bees. Cited from De La Salle Fifth Reader, by Brothers of the Christian Schools
  • She appeared to see neither Harold nor her brother, but only those tranquil features, above which the angel of Death seemed already to have brushed his dewy wing. Cited from Fort Lafayette or, Love and Secession, by Benjamin Wood
  • He led her through his dewy fields, To where the swinging lanterns glowed, And through the doors the huskers showed. Cited from Poems Teachers Ask For, Book Two, by Various
  • His hat slid farther and farther upward on his dewy brow. Cited from Plum Pudding, by Christopher Morley
  • Once, when he stops to lean against the spring-water bottle and wipe his dewy brow, I slips up behind and taps him quick on the shoulder. Cited from Torchy, by Sewell Ford
  • THE lark now leaves his wat'ry nest, And climbing shakes his dewy wings. Cited from Project Gutenberg's Book of English Verse
  • Lady Cardington said something apparently tragic, to Mr. Bry, who was polishing his eyeglass and pouting out his dewy lips. Cited from The Woman With The Fan, by Robert Hichens
  • In the third room, lying in a roll of blankets on a tumbled cot, a pink, fat baby slept, one fist in his dewy mouth. Cited from While Caroline Was Growing, by Josephine Daskam Bacon
  • With that he raised his dewy, azure eyes, And from his lips words of soft music broke; But still the truant tears would crowding rise, And snowy bosom heave before he spoke. Cited from Mark Hurdlestone, by Susanna Moodie
  • The carpenter became serious directly, frowned severely, laid his coxswain's boat-hook across his knees, and took off his straw hat to give his dewy forehead a couple of wipes with his bare mahogany-brown arms. Cited from Fitz the Filibuster, by George Manville Fenn
  • Excited by his new thought, Marcus hurried out and down the garden, catching the attention of the stranger at once, who smiled as he looked with the eyes of curiosity at the bright, frank lad, while he took out a handkerchief and stood wiping his dewy face. Cited from Marcus: the Young Centurion, by George Manville Fenn
  • Abe nodded and mopped tentatively at his dewy forehead. Cited from Abe and Mawruss, by Montague Glass
  • In the fair gardens of celestial peace Walketh a gardener in meekness clad; Fair are the flowers that wreathe his dewy locks, And his mysterious eyes are sweet and sad. Cited from The World's Best Poetry, Volume 3, by Various
  • The lark now leaves his watery nest, And climbing shakes his dewy wings, He takes your window for the east, And to implore your light, he sings; Awake, awake, the morn will never rise, Till she can dress her beauty at your eyes. Cited from The Home Book of Verse, by Burton E. Stevenson V2
  • "At last the golden oriental gate Of greatest heaven gan to open fair, And Phoebus, fresh as bridegroom to his mate, Came dancing forth, shaking his dewy hair And hurls his glistening beams through dewy air." Cited from Among My Books, by James Russell Lowell
  • The breeze was fresh, the morn was fair, The stag had left his dewy lair; To cheering horn and baying tongue, Killarney's echoes sweetly rung. Cited from Handy Andy, Vol. 2, by Samuel Lover
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