Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The state or quality of being reddish; redness in a moderate degree.

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  • noun The quality of being reddish.

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Examples

  • Still, by relating those colours he has seen to each other he might be able to develop an understanding of the colourspace inside his head, an understanding that the reddishness of certain browns is a constituent feature as is the yellowishness of other browns, the bluishness of certain greys.

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  • Still, by relating those colours he has seen to each other he might be able to develop an understanding of the colourspace inside his head, an understanding that the reddishness of certain browns is a constituent feature as is the yellowishness of other browns, the bluishness of certain greys.

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  • Suggesting future rotundities and a reddishness of complexion that was presently to purple, at this stage his chin was undoubted and as square as a spade, and, as so often happens to chins of this potentiality, punctuated absurdly with a dimple, and he wore a little clipped edge of black mustache which he tried to twirl.

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  • Each and every one had a crop of really luxuriant hair; the shades varied between the usual blonde and brunette, with little of the reddishness so common on the earth; but there were no bald people at all.

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  • He was not florid, yet that grin of his seemed to intensify his reddishness

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  • It is characterised by pimples, black/white heads, reddishness and cysts.

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  • It is characterised by pimples, black/white heads, reddishness and cysts.

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  • The wrinkle creams enclosing active fundamentals like serviceable Keratin have resulted in jamming the procedure of irritation, decreasing bags, reddishness plus the swollen look.

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  • "If we're representing a fracture for the plaintiff, we might add texture and reddishness, to represent pain," says Davis.

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  • "If we're representing a fracture for the plaintiff, we might add texture and reddishness, to represent pain," says Davis.

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