Her dark locks, her flashing eye, the false colours of her complexion, dazzled the eyes of her guests.
I had no motive to exaggerate or dress out in false colours.
Here were no pomp and circumstance to interpose their false colours before the sordid vista of the future.
For Osmond the place was ugly to distress; the false colours, the sham splendour were like vulgar, bragging, lying talk.
Either she or Quebec, or both, might have false colours flying.
They are false colours held out to the elect, for the purposes of alarm and fear, where no fear is.
No false colours are laid on to conceal its deformity, but those with which it paints itself are there taken off.
You are painting me in false colours to that man; and this is your return for a thousand kindnesses.
Surrounded by temptations, the applause of men is often too fascinating, and my treacherous heart dresses things in false colours.
She felt suddenly guilty, as though she were in some way parading in false colours.