1 and quite beautiful, in Connie's eyes.
2 Behind, there were really beautiful gardens.
3 'You are quite right about its being beautiful,' said Clifford.
4 She was a school-master's daughter over at Ollerton, pretty, beautiful really.
5 The beautiful pure freedom of a woman was infinitely more wonderful than any sexual love.
6 He thought her comely, almost beautiful, in her shyness, and he took command of the situation himself at once.
7 To Connie he was suddenly piercingly beautiful again, as when she had seen him that afternoon washing himself.
8 'Connie's looking awfully unwell,' she said in her soft voice, fixing him with her beautiful, glowering grey eyes.
9 The eyes of the two women met: Mrs Bolton's grey and bright and searching; Connie's blue and veiled and strangely beautiful.
10 And the chair began to advance slowly, joltingly down the beautiful broad riding washed over with blue encroaching hyacinths.
11 She could feel in the same world with her the man, the nameless man, moving on beautiful feet, beautiful in the phallic mystery.
12 The back was white and fine, the small buttocks beautiful with an exquisite, delicate manliness, the back of the neck ruddy and delicate and yet strong.
13 On top was a concentrated toilet set: brushes, bottles, mirrors, combs, boxes, even three beautiful little razors in safety sheaths, shaving-bowl and all.
14 It had a beautiful alley of yew trees, that had approached an older house, and the hall stood serenely spread out, winking its Georgian panes as if cheerfully.
15 Still she thought the most beautiful part of her was the long-sloping fall of the haunches from the socket of the back, and the slumberous, round stillness of the buttocks.
16 So she lay on the blanket with curved, soft naked haunches, and he had no idea what she was thinking, but to him too she was beautiful, the soft, marvellous thing he could go into, beyond everything.
17 Then he stood there, above her, fastening his breeches and looking down at her with dark, wide-eyes, his face a little flushed and his hair ruffled, curiously warm and still and beautiful in the dim light of the lantern, so beautiful, she would never tell him how beautiful.
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