A smile split whitely the swarthiness of Tomaso's brother's face.
In the one case the swarthiness would be inheritable, in the other not.
This was that Talbot, commonly known from his swarthiness as the Crow, who was Ormonde's most trusted lieutenant.
His body seemed leaner, because of the swarthiness of the skin.
The sharp sweet bloom of her beauty, fresh in swarthiness, under the whipping Easter, cried out against that loathed inhumanity.
Berenice was dark, with coloring which inclined to swarthiness; her brow was low, and her eyes small and deeply set.
From the cheek-bones up he looked like an Indian, and expressed a stolid power and swarthiness.
In five weeks' time all swarthiness will be removed, and pimples beside.'
In singular contrast to a complexion dark almost to swarthiness, his eyes were large and of an intense steel-blue.
He had delicate features, redeemed from effeminacy by the swarthiness of his complexion, and his quick intensity of expression.