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  • It had never occurred to her that her own tress could be worth anything. Cited from A Cigarette-Maker's Romance, by F. Marion Crawford
  • Her eyes were blue, and her hair as near golden as human tresses well could be. Cited from Oak Openings, by James Fenimore Cooper
  • The poor woman raised herself in bed, and arranged her little girl's long tresses. Cited from A Peep Behind the Scenes, by Mrs. O. F. Walton
  • And beautiful she looked, with her long tresses falling into the water. Cited from Dahcotah, by Mary Eastman
  • "Lady's tresses" is a common name given to some of these species.
  • Among these tresses she had placed a rose like those on the skirt. Cited from Strange True Stories of Louisiana, by George Washington Cable
  • Her eye was small and quiet, her features were rather thick, her tresses brown and smooth. Cited from Washington Square, by Henry James
  • He went to her and filled his hands with the heavy tresses and pressed them to his lips and face. Cited from The Alaskan, by James Oliver Curwood
  • He put back her long tresses tenderly, and looked into her deep glorious eyes. Cited from Two Years Ago, Volume II., by Charles Kingsley
  • Her brown hair fell over her white and well turned shoulders in long and luxuriant tresses. Cited from Coningsby, by Benjamin Disraeli
  • The single women arranged their hair into two tresses that become a tuft when they are married.
  • The long tresses of her hair were already bound up. Cited from The Monk, by Matthew Lewis
  • Who can live long enough To win the beauty of thy curling tress? Cited from Hindustani Lyrics, by Various
  • She rose and came behind Mary's chair again, gathering up the abandoned tresses. Cited from A Fountain Sealed, by Anne Douglas Sedgwick
  • There may have been a grey hair here and there among her long black tresses, but they were few and far between. Cited from Recollections of Geoffrey Hamlyn by Henry Kingsley
  • I saw a foot, a hand, a tress of bright hair. Cited from The House of the Whispering Pines, by Anna Katharine Green
  • Mrs. White took the uninjured mass of golden brown tresses into her hands. Cited from Dorothy Dale, by Margaret Penrose
  • And she laid the poniard down upon the tress of hair before him. Cited from The Missing Bride, by Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth
  • Never will the eye of man see anything receive such honour as when he begins to adore these tresses. Cited from Four Arthurian Romances, by Chretien DeTroyes
  • Your tresses are so abundant that your little hand can scarcely grasp them. Cited from Monsieur, Mme, and Bebe, by Gustave Droz v3
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