Montgomery--that was the name of the flaxen-haired
man-- came in again as I stood there, and I asked him for some clothes.
Lucille has become even as one of those flaxen-haired
dolls of your mountain villages.
On his broad back, flaxen-haired
flask seemed a snow-flake.
"Just now I heard the flaxen-haired
croupier call out 'zero!' And why does he keep raking in all the money that is on the table?
He was a small, slim, clean-shaven, prim- faced man, flaxen-haired
and leanjawed, between thirty and forty years of age, dressed in a gray suit and wearing a straw hat.
At the door of the house we were met by a tall, white-faced, flaxen-haired
man, with a notebook in his hand, who rushed forward and wrung my companion's hand with effusion.
He was, to my surprise, no Indian, but a white man; indeed, I may say a very white man, for he was flaxen-haired
and had some characteristics of an albino.
Seated not far from the front window, with his back to the light, she saw a frail, flaxen-haired
, self-satisfied little man, clothed in a fair white dressing-gown many sizes too large for him, with a nosegay of violets drawn neatly through the button-hole over his breast.
"Chips," said Agatha, calling to the flaxen-haired
child, "go upstairs to No.
He was flaxen-haired
and handsome, in a washed-out negative fashion, with frightened blue eyes, and a clean-shaven face, with a weak, sensitive mouth.
Himmler made his chauffeur stop as they passed a flaxen-haired
urchin playing by the lakeside; the whole fleet was brought to a halt, Dahl and Quantz being in the last car but one.
Jack, the athletic, flaxen-haired
eldest son, has a long-distance relationship with his girlfriend, Lily, who lives in Texas with her mom.