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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of blush.


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  • 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.

    History of the United Netherlands from the Death of William the Silent to the Twelve Year's Truce, 1584-85a

  • 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.

    Uakari Monkey & The Origin of Blushing

  • He kind of blushed and hung his head, and walked away with her ....

    Scattergood Baines

  • And she just kind of blushed and said, well, if we don't this will help us.

    KAKE - HomePage - Headlines

  • He kind of blushed and stammered, "I'm already married."

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  • Fear nothing, Marie, I do not even ask you if you love me; you blushed, that is enough. "

    The Queen's Necklace

  • 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.

    Chapter 15

  • Why had a crescent of counties throughout the South and up through Appalachia blushed quite red?

    Race Over?

  • "My wife wears one of those for her night gown," he blushed.

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