Thyme, too, went the colour of the old-rose curtain behind which she sat.
She wore the old-rose dressing-gown that Leonard had given Annie, and, with a little colour in her face, was quite young again.
In the center stands a richly upholstered altar finished in old-rose velvet and gold.
That afternoon the sun, a vast globe of molten red, sank through an old-rose sky, which slowly changed to a faint golden green.
The edges were prettily bound with satin ribbon of an old-rose shade, and a huge bow adorned the center.
Marjorie peered thoughtfully at her array of gowns and selected a half-fitted negligee of old-rose silk.
From the dining-room of one lucky hotel you may look up at dinner and watch the old-rose afterglow light the snow-capped mountain.
There are blues, and violets, and old-rose tones, and a certain bloom in it that these artists never seem to give.
Then Esther withdrew, returning a little later, gowned in an old-rose house dress of some soft wool stuff.
Walking to the pretty rug of old-rose and pale green silk spread before the fire he stood upon it, facing me.