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veiny

(vā′nē)
adj. vein·ier, vein·iest
Full of or exhibiting veins; veined.
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This time it wasn't just the bony, veiny fingers beloved of the tabloids which got the cover-up, it was her entire arms.
Laser treatment is useful to lighten the spots that appear because of sun exposure, and some go in for collagen injections to plump up hands that are very veiny.
Overhanging leaves flip flop showing veiny or smooth side, As sun today grabs a cloud then proceeds to hide.
There's a coral bark maple from Korea, with veiny red limbs like an anatomy chart.
An orange veiny orb appeared on her computer screen.
Dutch Girl (1936), which had people rooted to the spot when it was exhibited in 1937 in New York, is an outlandish fleshscape of veiny arms, torso and breasts.
Somedays I'm not up for the challenge': Usually at six with mambo Kids chips and chickencoop wine/The mountain seems an ass/The insects feed on me starting now and/a constellation of rhombus and oblong ellipse/shapes rise up on veiny ankles and knuckles/I start another crossword puzzle (& leave another incomplete).
two self-same their clasped hands Frida right rising moss-green to blue to gold her veiny heart the artery across to a neck ruffle Maltese lace Frida two the chest chamber arterial map scissors in her hand the shared snipped vein two bloods splashed at the hem 69.
Actually it's that size and shape, but purplish-gray and pebbly and veiny and wet.
It helps minimize signs of aging often seen on the back of the hands, such as dry, veiny skin and unwanted pigmentation, discoloration, and age spots.
Davies and company have whipped up many new, bizarre plots and villains--including a bitchy woman so stretched by plastic surgery that she's little more than a veiny canvas with eyes and a mouth--yet, for devotees, have brought back the Doctor's most dreaded foes, the Daleks.