High-coloured in a sentence

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One of them, Mrs. Middlemist, was a stout, coarse, high-coloured woman, with fingers much bejewelled.
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A pleasant high-coloured figure he made; his voice had the frank ring due to much use out of doors; and his expression had the singular candour which comes from grey eyes with large pupils and a narrow iris.
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Ernest Gregory he was called, and few thought he'd make old bones, for the young man was pigeon-breasted and high-coloured and coughed a good bit when first he came up from the "in country" to the Moor.
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He is no plain-looking boy: that jet-black hair, white brow, high-coloured cheek, those quick, dark eyes, are good points in their way.
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She had a very high-coloured handsome face, and an extremely impressive manner, as if she was imparting information of the very highest importance.
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Among them he saw the comely, high-coloured features of that gallant cynic, Bolivar, the man who had stamped his beauty upon threegenerations, and his gaze lingered with a gentle ridicule on the blithe candour in the eyes and the characteristic touch of brutality about the mouth.
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Behind them came the shepherd-a high-coloured, middle-aged man with a sharp nose and mild, grey eyes.
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Examples of High-coloured

Example #1
Until a year or two ago she had adorned the private bar of a public-house kept by her husband; retired from this honourable post, she now devoted herself to society and the domestic virtues.
Example #2
A few words were exchanged by the two men, and Horace followed his enchantress into the drawing-room, where he found, seated in conversation with Mrs. Peachey, two persons whom he had occasionally met here.
Example #3
His tweed suit was well cut, and the buff waistcoat with flaps and pockets and the plain leather watchguard hinted at the sportsman, as did the half-dozen racing prints on the wall.
Example #4
Take the arm-chair by the fire.
Example #5
Along with his uncle, however, he put on flesh and promised better.
Example #6
A third brother they had, but him and his wife were dead, and their only son lived with Joe and was thought to be his heir.