Mrs. Errington bestowed a stolid, china-blue stare on him before replying, "I daresay not, sir."
She also is about sixteen, with fair hair and china-blue eyes.
Then, raising her innocent china-blue eyes to his she murmured, "And I so need kindness!"
He admired her china-blue eyes too, and her amiable, friendly expression.
The china-blue eyes turned to the open door and to the gaitered rotundity approaching—Sir William coming up from the stable.
The proprietor was a short man with china-blue eyes and a salesman's ready smile.
Her china-blue eyes had not yet resumed their normal size or contour, and the assertion was easily believed.
She was really quite lovely with that mass of yellow-golden hair, that startlingly white skin, and those misty china-blue eyes.
Lucy found her aunt in a little room of china-blue and canary-yellow which looked out over the Park.
Pink cheeks; china-blue eyes; and hair the colour of old Madame Hempenfeld's—not her last hair—her last but one.