Her wide eyes were china blue, her nose piquantly retrouss and she was as vacuously pretty as a wax doll.
His eyes were cold and china blue, and his voice was like the neighing of a war-horse.
Again Shorty asked a question, and the Texan noted a hopeful look in the china blue eyes: "Be'n married an'—quit?"
Not sky blue, or china blue, but a kind of sea blue on a cloudy day.
Her large, china blue eyes were transformed into wells of steely gray and the smiling, baby mouth became two narrow white lips.
Mary's china blue eyes, more serious and more astonished than ever, were fixed on Mr. Scogan.
Jenny turned and looked full into the china blue eyes of her companion.
A sudden look of fear came into his china blue, clear eyes but he made no move.