Examples of pearly in a Sentence
Her teeth were pearly white.
Recent Examples of pearly from the Web
There's a lot of skill that goes into properly flashing those pearly whites and Bella Hadid is learning this the hard way.
Diana's thick bangs were a bold move, sure, but the combination of her glowing skin, her touchably feathered hair, and that pearly white smile all added up to effortless glamour.
Without using bleaching chemicals, harsh charcoals, or gnarly dyes (which can have negative effects on your teeth), this toothpaste's naturally derived silicas scrub away the stains that make your whites look less than pearly.
The Casa Grande Dispatch reports the bodies of 2-year-old Lorenzo Velasquez and 9-month-old Brooklyn Velasquez were laid beside each other in the same pearly white casket at their funeral Saturday in the town of Superior.
Folks, get into opalescent hair, which mixes iridescent pinks, purples, greens, and blues on a pearly, platinum base.
Aside from an image of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. being turned away from the pearly gates by God and his police-uniformed bodyguards, Colescott’s drawings are neither snide nor biting.
Sienna Miller selected an ecru and white pearly tweed jacket from Chanel’s Métiers d'art Paris-Hamburg 2017/18 collection.
The bold look can be easily re-created using Dior’s felt-tip Diorshow On Stage Liner, which comes in brighter colors like matte aqua and purple and pearly turquoise.
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PEARLY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pearly for English Language Learners
: having the shiny, white color of pearls
PEARLY Defined for Kids
Definition of pearly for Students
- Small pearly clouds drifted … overhead.
- —Laura Ingalls Wilder, Little House on the Prairie
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