- v. Simple past tense and past participle of blush.
“The faint rose again blushed on his cheek; his brow and lips lost the ashy paleness of threatened dissolution; such was the dear reward of my unremitting attention -- and bounteous heaven added overflowing recompence, when it gave me also the thanks and smiles of Idris.”
“blushed" -- Des Pruneaux who had wept -- now thought proper to assume an airy tone, half encouragement, half condolence.”
“We could not quite decide is whether there were different patterns for different emotions and whether one truly "blushed" with rage, since the feeling is quite different.”
“He kind of blushed and hung his head, and walked away with her ....”
“And she just kind of blushed and said, well, if we don't this will help us.”
“He kind of blushed and stammered, "I'm already married.”
“Fear nothing, Marie, I do not even ask you if you love me; you blushed, that is enough. ”
“This particular sea - cuny, I admit, blushed through his sea tan till the Lady Om's eyes were twin pools of roguishness in their teasing deliciousness and my arms were all but about her.”
“Why had a crescent of counties throughout the South and up through Appalachia blushed quite red?”
“My wife wears one of those for her night gown," he blushed.”
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