Then let us haste in helping The Missionary Board, Seek dark-skinned
unbelievers, And teach them of their Lord.
They were tall, muscular, and very dark-skinned
Bedouins, with inky black beards.
Coutras had gone one day to Taravao in order to see an old chiefess who was ill, and he gave a vivid picture of the obese old lady, lying in a huge bed, smoking cigarettes, and surrounded by a crowd of dark-skinned
He turned and twisted on his couch at the thought that the dark-skinned
maiden was so near him.
He wanted to go to the East; and his fancy was rich with pictures of Bangkok and Shanghai, and the ports of Japan: he pictured to himself palm-trees and skies blue and hot, dark-skinned
people, pagodas; the scents of the Orient intoxicated his nostrils.
The occasion of the trouble was that a dark-skinned
man had stopped at the local hotel.
He would build a patriarchal grass house like Tati's, and have it and the valley and the schooner filled with dark-skinned
This is none the less true because the religion and morality are of the shallow sort characteristic of Defoe, a man who, like Crusoe, would have had no scruples about selling into slavery a dark-skinned
boy who had helped him to escape from the same condition.
The princess asked Varenka to sing again, and Varenka sang another song, also smoothly, distinctly, and well, standing erect at the piano and beating time on it with her thin, dark-skinned
Anything but ordinary was this lean, dark-skinned
woman, with the face withered as if scorched in great heats, and the eyes, large and black, that flashed and flamed with advertisement of an unquenched inner conflagration.
Yes, she is so dark-skinned
and looks like a soldier dressed up, but you know she is not at all hideous.
DO expose yourself to the sun for longer if you are naturally dark-skinned
or black (not tanned).