blush[ bluhsh ]SEE DEFINITION OF blush
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLUSH
The vivid beauty of her blush startled him, and she drew her hand quickly from his.
He turned hotly away, and wondered that there was no blush on the face of the woman.
I must begin, must not I, Mrs. O'Connor, by learning not to blush?
Let us aim to be able to put them often to our consciences without a blush.
I hope I have convinced, I am sure I have made you blush, my dear, and that is some satisfaction.
You have thought of a wish at this moment, I know, by your eyes, by your blush.
But still, as he reasoned, he saw ever before him that blush and that smile.
Blush, then, Delicacy, that cannot bear the poet's amor omnibus idem!
Love is a blush which mounts to the cheek, and then leaves it pale.
Nay, my dears, why blush at being detected in your everyday pursuits?