American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Earthenware made from clay containing a large amount of ferrous oxide, giving it a red color.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A seaweed, Laminaria digitata, the common tangle.
- red + -ware (Wiktionary)
“Two objects were deposited under the shoulder of the bottle: a piece of a long thin bone from some medium-sized bird, possibly a partridge, and a redware rim sherd from a small black-glazed bowl.”
“For others, well, the catalog is a gateway to the material culture of the colonial past in North America, featuring everything from tinware lanterns and redware porringers to clothing and patterns, even 18th-century scissors for do-it-yourselfers.”
“You have really hit the nail on the proverbial redware”
“Calling an act "retarded" is itself an act redware”
“Sorry but it makes no sense to quote Reagan redware”
“Do you really think it would have been smart redware”
“What can we do to get through to these hacks? redware”
“I can just see the smirk on McCain's face as redware”
“The site does not credit the photograph of the greek redware vase.”
“Thanks Bill for linking to the redware fish! game.”
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