She had said then that they were freckles, which always go away in winter; yet since then another summer had come and gone, and yet not a single freckle had reappeared.
Now when the women at morning service in church on Christmas Day perceived Milly sitting demurely in the countess's pew, they were scandalized beyond expression at her red and white cheeks, on which not the smallest freckle was to be seen.
Her face was so pale that every freckle she had stood forth clearly.
And Jane was smiling back at him, her face so suffused with blushes that there was not a freckle to be seen.
I freckle so easily,' she repeated, dropping her parasol to defend her face from the calculating scrutiny.
Lady Camper regretted that she could not abandon her parasol: 'I freckle so easily.
I remember your trying to see a freckle through the rouge; but the truth is, I am of a supernatural paleness if I do not rouge, so I do.
Your look signified that you really could not detect a single freckle for the paint.
Defn: A freckle on the skin, resembling the seed of fern.
Defn: To spinkle or mark withfreckle or small discolored spots; to spot.
He was one of those boys who do not tan or freckle in the sun, but peel, and he always had some loose pieces of fine skin hanging to his nose.
She was a pretty girl, with red hair, a dimple in her chin, and one big freckle on the end of her nose; but her eyes were blue, and they made Bumper think of the sky which he could see through a hole in the roof of his house.
She was beautifully dressed, and her cheeks were not very plump and fat--not a bit like those of the red-headed girl with a freckle on the end of her nose.
I ain't never took a purty girl an' stuck a freckle on her nose, so I can't say.
Then at last Freckle Frog was perfectly happy, and she laughed to herself and said: "It really doesn't matter about my being pretty any more, for every one likes me now!
So Freckle Frog went to the party and wore the cobweb lace, and carried the mushroom parasol, and held the soft little white caterpillar for a muff.
And she said Gid-up wanted to know if I wouldn't like to gaze upon that cute little freckle once more?
Her mistress used it not, for all the roguish freckle on her nose-tip.
But this only accounts for one eye; there must have been another piece of pigment or freckle soon afterward and just in the right place in order to give the animal two eyes.
I will give you the guess--a piece of pigment, or, as some say, a freckle appeared upon the skin of an animal that had no eyes.
This piece of pigment or freckle converged the rays of the sun upon that spot and when the little animal felt the heat on that spot it turned the spot to the sun to get more heat.
I don't believe one single freckle was removed by our torture; but our skin felt soft and satiny, and Dum's peelings all came off with her mask.
She did not freckle but declared she grew fifteen brand new skins every summer.
But this only accounts for one eye; there must have been another piece of pigment orfreckle soon afterward, and just in the right place in order to give the animal two eyes.
This piece of pigment or freckle converged the rays of the sun upon that spot, and when the little animal felt the heat on that spot, it turned the spot to the sun to get more heat.
A freckle is the same to a druggist as a pipe line is to Rockefeller--ready money and a lot of it.
She maybe had one freckle on her nose, but little.
Her complexion was rather pale, but it was clear and healthy, and there was even a freckle here and a freckle there which I never heard a man say that he would have had elsewhere.
Then she began silently examining a brownfreckle on the end of her pretty nose.
Nancy's examining her frecklein the mirror was also a favorite position.
To spinkle or mark withfreckle or small discolored spots; to spot.
A freckle on the skin, resembling the seed of fern.
It would quite spoil Rosebuds to have the big freckle there," said Tib.
Will she be just exactly the same--will she have a big freckle on her cheek, and will she nip up her mouth the same, do you think, nursey?
He had given Freckle sufficient money to travel for five years, and told him in the same sentence to guard his farthings and say his prayers.
Freckle sleeps in Clichy to-night; Risque cannot be found; the rest are as badly off; I have news for you.
Freckle cried out, however, that he should go, if he were to be buried alive in the same tomb, and on this occasion only he appeared in the light of an influential spirit.
Monsieurs Freckle and Plade were engaged in smuggling away certain relics of furniture and wearing apparel.
The priest gave Freckle breviaries and catechisms, and told him that there was no peace of mind outside of the apostolic fold.
When Freckle had raised himself from the platform at the base of the first flight of stairs, down which he had fallen in his fright, he hastened to his own chamber and gave the Colony notice of the depletion of its number.
While Freckle thought of these, it was suggested to him that he was a very wicked man.
And for every wish inside him he had a freckleoutside on his face.
Each freckle must be the same as a little burnt cream puff kept in the oven too long.
Tad stopped, every freckle on his multifreckled face registering total innocence and his eyes big with surprise.
Tad's face was sullen and angry, with every freckle livid.