dark-complexioned

dark-complexioned

adj
(of a person) having a dark complexion
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Sir William Howe was a dark-complexioned man, stern and haughty in his deportment.
Next appeared a dark-complexioned, black-eyed, black-haired young lady, who paused an impressive moment, assumed a tragic expression, and began to read in a measured, solemn tone:
But it was in the adornment of the fair person of his dark-complexioned spouse that the tailors of the fleet had evinced the gaiety of their national taste.
The dark-complexioned men who wear large rings, and heavy watch-guards, and bushy whiskers, and who congregate under the Opera Colonnade, and about the box-office in the season, between four and five in the afternoon, when they give away the orders,--all live in Golden Square, or within a street of it.
After taking the Diamond out of the bank, I fancied I was followed in the streets by a shabby, dark-complexioned man.
He was dark-complexioned, and about twenty-eight years of age; he wore black whiskers, and his lip and chin were shaved.
These, and a dark-complexioned young woman, with a habit of snorting, who was servant to the family, and informed me, before half an hour had expired, that she was 'a Orfling', and came from St.
At one point ten dark-complexioned men were hanging in a string from the trees along the roadside.
"We wish to know if he behaved rudely because our minister is dark-complexioned, while he and Chennithala are fair and handsome," Radhakrishnan who was present with the Minister, said.
When the Nation visited the school, Mr Okuta, a dark-complexioned, middle-aged man about five feet tall was wearing shorts and busy with the students.
India and Colourism: the Finer Nuances by Neha Mishra notes that Krishna was a dark-complexioned hero of the Yadava tribe and an incarnation of Lord Vishnu who too had dark skin.
As I rolled down the window, a pale-faced, dark-complexioned 9 year old called Mariyum begged me to buy some fresh roses.