Definitions

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  • adverb With a colour resembling red.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Her flesh, in the light from the flame ditch, it almost encircling the buried clutch before us, glowed reddishly.

    Fighting Slave Of Gor

  • Beauty landed on Menolly's shoulder just then, chirruping with some petulance, her eyes whirling reddishly.

    Dragon Drums

  • Beauty landed on Menolly's shoulder just then, chirruping with some petulance, her eyes whirling reddishly.

    Dragon Drums

  • The ferryman got him across the river on his bamboo-raft, the wide water shimmered reddishly in the light of the morning.

    Siddhartha

  • He was thick-set, of medium height, densely and reddishly bearded, with heavy-lidded pale blue eyes that wore a look of drowsy pain, and after their first wearied glance at the master, seemed to rest anywhere but on him.

    Cressy

  • Along with the puree, my steak - delivered sliced and beautifully, reddishly rare with charred edges

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • Along with the puree, my steak delivered sliced and beautifully, reddishly rare with charred edges came with a spray of al dente green beans, a stalk of rosemary and the custom-ordered sauce made from Zinfandel and fig.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • Along with the puree, my steak - delivered sliced and beautifully, reddishly rare with charred edges

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • Along with the puree, my steak delivered sliced and beautifully, reddishly rare with charred edges came with a spray of al dente green beans, a stalk of rosemary and the custom-ordered sauce made from Zinfandel and fig.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

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