pinkly


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pinkly

(ˈpɪŋklɪ)
adv
literary with a pink or blushing complexion or colour
References in classic literature ?
Then, almost before anybody realized it, spring had come; out in Avonlea the Mayflowers were peeping pinkly out on the sere barrens where snow-wreaths lingered; and the "mist of green" was on the woods and in the valleys.
Ah, so pinkly, did the firmament gleam', and so on.
Gorgeous stretches of sand such as Horseshoe Bay really do shimmer pinkly under the sun.
where was it i once saw a dogwood tree not white but tan tan as cream what will you say to her bitter and new as a sunburned flame bitter and new those two little silken snails somewhere under her dress horned pinkly yet reluctant o israfel ay wax your wings with the thin odorless moisture of her thighs strangle your heart with hair fool fool cursed and forgotten of god.
The pink was pinkly perked up with rose-hips, raspberries and ripe, ripe strawberries.
and veal oozing pinkly thinking about becoming a vegetarian.
On the day he died, Oliver had watched US heavy metal band Pinkly Smooth perform The Body of Death of the Man With The Body of Death on YouTube.