The chrysalis is creamy white, sometimes tinged with greenish, and dotted with black.
On a warm March Sunday, when the hedges were brushed with green bloom, and the willow catkin made creamy splashes in the brown of the woods, Robert went off to Goudhurst.
The thick, creamy skin, a direct legacy from Louise Lane, needed neither powder nor rouge, and the scarlet lips asked for no touch of carmine.
She thrust the stem into her belt, found a pin from somewhere, and pinned the flower itself upon the creamy lace of her gown.
The ivory whiteness of her neck shaded imperceptibly into the creamy lace of her gown.
She had big brown eyes, with long lashes, a thick, creamy skin that someway reminded you of white rose-petals, and the most glorious red hair you ever saw.
She wears a costume that is a marvel of diaphanous creamy material, lighted up here and there with dashes of vivid crimson.
Miss Manvers draws back her creamy skirts as we brush past a thorny rose tree.
I see visions of her still in that low-cut, cerise frock, with the June sunlight glinting on the spangles of it; her creamy restaurant coat still fastened about her sturdy bare shoulders, the wilting pink carnations still in her hair.
And when I told him of the bright, cherry-coloured evening gown, and the creamy restaurant coat, and the little cerise satin shoes with jewelled heels that Million had on, he put back his head and laughed gently.
When creamyadd a cupful of milk, alternating with three and one-half cupfuls pastry flour that has been mixed and sifted with two teaspoonfuls of baking powder.
Add the mushrooms, set over the fire, stir constantly with wooden paddle, and when eggs are thick and creamy turn into a heated dish, garnish with toasted bread points, and serve at once.
When cooked the croquettes should be soft and creamy inside.
Very alluring she looked, her dark beauty set off by her dress of creamy white, by the languorous attitude, so harmonious with the sunshine and surroundings.
She looked very beautiful in her unconfined gown, the red tone heightening the creamy colorlessness of her face.
They were walking thus one evening toward the river, Ruth in a creamy gown and with a white burnous thrown over her head, Will holding his hat in his hand and letting the sweet air play through his hair, as he loved to do.
The creamy pallor of her face, the firm white throat revealed by the broad rolling collar, her grave lips and dreamy eyes, hardly told that she was feeling a little shy.
They were fashioned of creamy leather, pliable as a young girl's hands.
The pointed toes of little shoes peeped beneath her gown, little shoes of creamy leather.
A yearling or large fawn on October 21 was distinctly creamy about the neck and shoulders.
A buck that came trotting down out of the Windy Hills on September 27 revealed the splendor of its new winter coat, with an amazing amount of creamy white, chiefly on the mane and shoulders.
Brian leaned against the trunk of a great magnolia tree, whose glossy green leaves and great creamy blossoms looked fantastic in the moonlight.
Despite his white ducks and shoes, serge coat, creamy white felt hat on the back of his shapely head, despite the rather noticeable nose glasses with the black silk cord hanging from them to his lapel, he presented a forlorn picture.
It was of a creamy yellow, and shone like satin: a long shred of frayed pink ribbon hung from it.
It was of creamy brick, colonial in design, and set in splendid lawns and great trees on the bank of the blue Hudson.
With what bitterness he recalled his admiration of the creamy whiteness of her neck contrasted with the black line surrounding it.
A pressure from a soft, taper hand; a sweet glance from a pair of rather tired eyes, and the door closes on a tall vision in soft creamy draperies.
Heavy sweet the creamy blossoms gem the burnished orange groves, Through their shade comes Prince Jehangir, on his wrist two fluttering doves.
Heavy sweet the creamy blossom gems the burnished orange tree, Where the happy doves are cooing o'er their new-found liberty.
In another bird the breast and ventral surface is of a delicate silvery cream, or creamy silver, something like that on the same parts of the Great Crested Grebe.
If the mixture becomes too thick and creamy to make bubbles, dilute it with sweet milk.
There the water was flowing black, spread with creamy puffs of foam; and it ran swift and deep, in strong, straight lines, as it approached the Black Pool ice and vanished beneath.