- adj. of a color at the end of the color spectrum (next to orange); resembling the color of blood or cherries or tomatoes or rubies
“With their ruby-red glow, the accented bodices might indicate that ABT's Odette and Odile are as deranged as the film's Nina and have given themselves self-inflicted wounds.”
“Without making it sound like I live an excessively sheltered life, I was impressed with the way Williams uses Batwoman's ruby-red lips.”
“On the 45th day after her discharge, when her pilot status began to elapse, she sped down the Pacific Coast Highway on her ruby-red Harley-Davidson.”
“The scribe uses non-standard language to indicate the colors normally, they would be azure, or, and gules, but what he is describing is a sapphire-blue shield cut diagonally by a yellow-topaz band, over which the ruby-red fencepost-like design has been laid.”
“As I sat there gaping in shock, he reached up and wiped a smear of ruby-red blood from his mouth with his sleeve.”
“The pavement should be spotless," one Petal Pusher says, scooping up some ruby-red rose petals.”
“Her ruby-red lipstick looks clownish these days and she is just recently no longer pretty.”
“The ruby-red 1957 DeHavilland floatplane came down in the rain and mist of the southwestern Alaska wilderness late Monday, unnoticed by radar and unreachable by official rescue teams until morning.”
“Deborah Hersman, chairwoman of the National Transportation Safety Board, told CNN that her team will search for "avionics or other devices that may have memory" to help determine why the ruby-red 1957 DeHavilland floatplane collided with a remote mountainside on Monday afternoon.”
“She said initial indications were that the ruby-red plane was pointed in the direction of the camp when it slammed into a hillside, skidded about 100 feet uphill and came to rest on its left side.”
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