from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb Blushing; ruddy.


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  • I went to visit the award categories to do a little nominating of my favorites, and *sheesh* I was absolutely all ablush.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • Presently Rowena returned, all ablush with joyous excitement, and begged for a rereading of the letter.

    Pudd'nhead Wilson

  • Cherry and apple trees drooped over the wall; these had ceased blossoming, but a tangle of wild-rose bushes was all ablush.

    Different Girls

  • Mademoiselle herself looked worthy of her squire, for her dark, animated face stood the test of the unrelieved whiteness so successfully, that she was all ablush with delight at the discovery that she was not an old woman after all, but on occasion could still look as girlish as she felt.

    Pixie O'Shaughnessy

  • In place of the tavern a cotton-field was ablush with blossoms.

    The Cavalier

  • Pink noise is a characteristic signal profile seated somewhere between random and rigid, and for utterly mysterious reasons, our world is ablush with it.

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  • The stone and rough-sawn cedar pergola here will soon be ablush with climbing roses, Concord grapevines and winding honeysuckle.

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