I don't grow old any more than you do inside, in spite of my raddled, kippered face, and bones sticking out like hat-pegs.
A whole discreditable past seemed to emerge from that one word "raddled."
She had on a different hat, and the earlier hour showed him the shining of her eyes above the raddled cheeks.
A hand-basin, the water in it raddled with rouge, stood on the table behind her, and a white china jug of fresh water beside it.
They carried white thigh-bones like clubs, and shell ornaments jangled on their raddled throats and ankles.
What could that girl, he asked himself, have in common with the raddled woman she addressed so respectfully?