Though he made it back to the top by dint of talent and hard work, he remained a deep-dyed cynic for the rest of his life.
He was trusted fully by the Emperor, but proved to be a deep-dyed rascal.
She raised a timid and deep-dyed hand, and made known her need.
The crew of deep-dyed villains worked or stood or sat in silence, but all looked at the grave, and saw me not.
Bill noticed the leer in his eyes, and concluded he was a deep-dyed rogue.
Redmond Maynard stood at the dining-room window gazing at the deep-dyed reflection upon the snow of the blood-red setting sun.
We've had enough of deep-dyed villains for one day, if that's what you were going to say.
Even when the whitethorn stands dismayed, the harebell still sheets many a slope and shelving bank with its deep-dyed blue.
A man travelling about the bush without money is a deep-dyed criminal.
But Shakespeare is not pledged to deep-dyed ultra-amiability.