blushing

[ bluhsh ]SEE DEFINITION OF blushing

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLUSHING

"He asked me if I liked white kids," answered the blushing peasant.

Above, below, the rose of snow, Twined with her blushing foe we spread.

People giggled, and she snatched her hand away, blushing furiously.

"You'll have to call me Letty," said the pretty old lady, smiling and blushing.

Were you ever detected in the crime of blushing, in your life, Mrs. O'Connor?

Once more the soldier looked at me, and, I'll be bound, saw me blushing furiously.

"I thought something by your look," said Virginia, blushing.

"I was not thinking of Mr. Hervey at that moment," said Virginia, blushing.

At a place where she worked, answered Little Dorrit, blushing.

Mrs. Mellish paused, blushing a little at the echo of her own eloquence.

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