One little branch, shell-pink, took the girl's fancy; she turned it over, frankly covetous.
The pedestal was of shell-pink marble, carved in delicate bas-relief.
All the plants I found were freestone types, and according to the natives they all have shell-pink flowers.
A shell-pink tinge crept into the milky skin of the Irish girl.
Teeth the purest pearl outshining, shell-pink nails, and she will wear Just one red camellia twining in her ebon wealth of hair.
Arrayed in a shell-pink kimono, she was having her nails manicured.
He did not look at her, but he knew that a shell-pink wave had washed into the wan face.
One hand lay so near, straitly down-pressed on the rough rock, fragile, perfect; shell-pink were the finger-tips.
She laid the shell-pink bud against her cheek that matched it, smiling with wise sweetness to herself.
It almost seemed as if she knew they had been talking about her, for the milky cheek took on a shell-pink tinge.