Definitions

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  • verb mark with red ink

Etymologies

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Examples

  • It said that contributed to a ¥69.3 billion loss in the red-ink stained Japanese operations, which include exports from Japan.

    Yen and Floods Sap Toyota

  • Breaking ranks with almost all of his central-bank colleagues, Mr. Trichet argues that by reducing deficits, red-ink nations can shore up confidence in their futures, encourage private investment, and accelerate their economic recoveries.

    Don't Expect a Breakthrough on Austerity at G-20 Summit

  • There was nothing at all except for a red-ink circle around the phrase "emulate the verbiage."

    Only One Person Could Write That

  • The only concession to organization beyond that is using different colored pens for each day of the week (amazing how much easier it makes finding past notes when you're in a hurry - if you know you wrote something on a Tuesday, then you can scan only the red-ink entries).

    Five Best Journaling Tools | Lifehacker Australia

  • But looked at against the backdrop of broader consumer-price trends, such red-ink nightmare scenarios may vanish.

    Strong Yen Sparks National Debate

  • A more generalized but equally telling example is the way he has been attacked on the deficit, where his predecessor, with cookie-jar hands and face, and crumbs all down the front of his tie, shirt, pants, shoes and socks was allowed to ride off scot-free into the red-ink sunset on his mountain bike to write a book about his decision-making.

    Brake dancing

  • Leah doodled with a red-ink pen on the cover of a notebook.

    Brown-Eyed Girl

  • It crashed into the next unit, beginning a domino effect, with the two-headed octopus flailing at its base, squirting red-ink at imaginary enemies on all sides.

    It's October, 1956.

  • The red-state party has, since 1980, been the red-ink party when it comes to foolish debt.

    Robert S. McElvaine: Debt -- What Is it Good For? Absolutely Some Things

  • The red-state party has, since 1980, been the red-ink party when it comes to foolish debt.

    Robert S. McElvaine: Debt -- What Is it Good For? Absolutely Some Things

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