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- adj. Made red.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of redden.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lighted with red light as if with flames
- adj. (especially of the face) reddened or suffused with or as if with blood from emotion or exertion
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There was panic in his big blue eyes, and his face reddened from the exertion as he struggled.
Withal there were many warriors amongst the throng, and most of these bore a token on their sleeves, to wit, a sword reddened with blood.
The quantity of alkaline matter diminished in every operation; and in the last process, though the battery had been kept in great activity for three days, the fluid possessed, in a very slight degree, only the power of acting on paper tinged with turmeric; but its alkaline property was very sensible to litmus paper slightly reddened, which is a much more delicate test; and after evaporation and the process by carbonate of ammonia, a barely perceptible quantity of fixed alkali was still left.
Salvator's  return, it has "reddened" more than ominously.
I imagined my hands around his neck, lifting him off the floor, saw my fingers squeeze until his face reddened and his head exploded.
One by one, the faces of the women around me reddened and crumpled and collapsed.
Robertson's face reddened, and responded, "Well, we WERE engaged!"
His face reddened and he cleared his phlegm-happy throat.
The window before him admitted eerie shafts of twilight, and the trees beyond stood out black against the reddened sky.
Show face reddened. on March 16, 2009 at 7: 10 pm | Reply Von Spreuth