Neither side is so flecked with past triumph that the neutral might say, Let the one who has not won before win this time.
On the inside is the usual mix of off-white, flecked linoleum tiles and segmented ceiling panels, dull and dimly lit.
Below lies the turquoise waters of the caldera, flecked with the white triangles of sailing boats.
He allowed himself no further comment, however, but flecked the fat brown horse on the ear with his whip, and said "Gitty up!"
He looked haggard and exhausted, and his horse was flecked with foam and dirt.
Behind us lay the dark gray-blue sea and the darker sky, flecked by pale pink clouds.
There were threads of silver in his curls, and his beard was flecked with white.
With a well-manicured 296 thumb and finger he flecked an imaginary bit of dust from the knee of his trousers.
In front of them was the blue sea, flecked with the white sails of ships.
flecked sunlight slanted on the stranger's cheek and burnished hair, dappling face and figure with moving, golden spots.