carmine

[ kahr-min, -mahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF carmine

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The Marchesino went to tell the coachman which way to drive to the Carmine.

Her carmine lips vaticinated with an extraordinary rapidity.

Once had her mouth been as the bow of Eros, painted in carmine.

Carmine caught on his thirty-five yards, made a short gain and was downed.

They could only be of love; for he saw the carmine on her cheeks as she listened to them.

The Blue's ends were down on Carmine and he was stopped for a five-yard gain.

But Carmine was not to be stopped with the line only five short yards away.

A forward pass, Carmine to Compton, laid the ball on the forty-eight yards.

The next rush failed and Claflin punted to Carmine on the fifteen.

A hand groped at his ankle, caught, and Carmine fell sprawling to the turf.

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