Black-eyed


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Black´-eyed`


a.1.Having black eyes.
References in classic literature ?
Snodgrass offered Emily far more assistance than the absolute terrors of the stile (although it was full three feet high, and had only a couple of stepping-stones) would seem to require; while one black-eyed young lady in a very nice little pair of boots with fur round the top, was observed to scream very loudly, when Mr.
The black-eyed girl smiled gratification and greeting, and showed signs of stopping, while her companion, arm linked in arm, giggled and likewise showed signs of halting.
She was a tall black-eyed, black-haired woman, with a very resolute mouth.
Tulliver; "she's a straight, black-eyed wench as anybody need wish to see.
This black-eyed, wide-mouthed girl, not pretty but full of life- with childish bare shoulders which after her run heaved and shook her bodice, with black curls tossed backward, thin bare arms, little legs in lace-frilled drawers, and feet in low slippers- was just at that charming age when a girl is no longer a child, though the child is not yet a young woman.
cried the king, taking the hand of the black-eyed lady in both his.
Elizabeth Leiknes; BLACK-EYED SUSAN; Bancroft Press (Fiction: General) 25.
Black-eyed peas practically define soul food, tantalizing Southern taste buds for more than a century in dishes like slow-cooked Hoppin' John and, partnered with collard or mustard greens, a New Year's Day tradition thought to bring good luck.
In 1995, teenager Tessa, or Tessie as she was known then, was seemingly the only survivor of the Black-Eyed Susans serial killer (so named because he planted these flowers near his victim's remains).
com)-- Nolan Ryan's All-Natural Beef is partnering with Black-eyed Pea to help end childhood hunger in Texas with Share Our Strength's national Dine Out For No Kid Go Hungry[TM] campaign.
A Book For Black-Eyed Susan" is an illustrated children's book about a 10-year old girl named Cora and her settler family who leave Missouri to head west on the Oregon Trail.
I want to tell you about my first experience eating black-eyed peas.