But, whereas the girl was so dark-eyed and dark-haired, that she seemed to receive a deeper and more lustrous colour from the sun, when it shone upon her, the boy was so light-eyed and light-haired
that the self-same rays appeared to draw out of him what little colour he ever possessed.
Behind them stood a little delicate-looking light-haired
English boy carrying a bag.
Natalie might have blown the little airy, light-haired
, unsubstantial creature over the railings of the garden if she had taken a good long breath and stooped low enough.
He was light-haired
and bald in 1815, and stouter in the person and in the limbs, which especially have shrunk very much of late.
This Cecil Fanshaw was, in person, of the kind that commonly urges such crude but pleasing enthusiasms; a very young man, light-haired
, high-coloured, with an eager profile; with a boyish bravado of spirits, but an almost girlish delicacy of tint and type.
He was very tall and slight, and light-haired
; his nose had a high bridge, and he might almost have been handsome in a spectral sort of way; but he had one of the most appalling squints I have ever seen or heard of.
A certain light-haired
girl had made vivacious fun at his martial spirit, but there was another and darker girl whom he had gazed at steadfastly, and he thought she grew demure and sad at sight of his blue and brass.
"Upon my soul, so it's you, 'Joannes Frollo de Molendino!'" cried one of them, to a sort of little, light-haired
imp, with a well-favored and malign countenance, clinging to the acanthus leaves of a capital; "you are well named John of the Mill, for your two arms and your two legs have the air of four wings fluttering on the breeze.
A slim, light-haired
man standing by us, whom I had not noticed before--a man with a scar on his left cheek--looked attentively at Pesca as I helped him up, and then looked still more attentively, following the direction of Pesca's eyes, at the Count.
gentleman followed close upon their heels, at least backing up Mr Boffin in a literal sense, if he had not had recent opportunities of doing so spiritually; while Mr Boffin, trotting on as hard as he could trot, involved Silas Wegg in frequent collisions with the public, much as a pre- occupied blind man's dog may be seen to involve his master.
The man in blue being a light-haired
, stiff-necked, free and easy sort of footman, with a swaggering air and pert face, had attracted Mr.
Miss M'Leod had walked a little down the drive with a light-haired
young man, who apparently knew everything about every South American railway stock.