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olive skin/complexion

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisholive skin/complexionolive skin/complexionDCBCCskin colour that is typical of people from countries such as Greece, Italy, or Turkey olive
Examples from the Corpus
olive skin/complexionShe had a long oval face and an olive complexion.Her skin complemented her hair; she had an olive complexion which shone like burnished gold.Her eyes were dark and luminous and her faintly olive skin normally carried a dusting of colour, high on her cheekbones.Of course, I thought, she has olive skin.His olive skin seemed to glint in the soft light of the hallway; the flat behind him was almost totally dark.A thick mop of black hair over a man-boy's smooth olive complexion.The sooty eyes, the olive skin, the coarse black mop of the moustache gave little clue as to his origins.They were well-groomed, clean-shaven young men with olive complexions.
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