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freckled

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfreckledfreck‧led /ˈfrekəld/ adjective 🔊 🔊 MARKhaving frecklesfreckled face/skin
Examples from the Corpus
freckledA woman was coming towards him, grey-haired, plump and freckled.Danny's freckled face and upturned nose was crowned by a shock of bright red hair.A man in his mid-thirties with dull auburn hair and a freckled face behind rectangular metal-rimmed glasses.There was something a bit comical about the hopeful freckled face, but something sad too.a lightly freckled faceA scalpel gleamed in the doctor's long freckled hand.Their hands - podgy, thin, freckled or pale - touched everything, prodding, caressing, tickling, squeezing.freckled face/skinAnna was a fiercely idealistic woman whose prematurely white hair flared like flame from her freckled face.She looked very small and slight standing there with her skinny plait and her pale, freckled face.Danny's freckled face and upturned nose was crowned by a shock of bright red hair.A man in his mid-thirties with dull auburn hair and a freckled face behind rectangular metal-rimmed glasses.Spunky and freckled face Billy read by Eric and Joe a small boy read by Keith.There was something a bit comical about the hopeful freckled face, but something sad too.His ugly, freckled face gawked in every direction.He had a freckled face, pale and pointed, rather earnest, still schoolboyish.
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