Thesaurus / crimson
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As I sat at my office desk, watching the setting sun tint the cloudless sky a light crimson, my mind reached a chromatic, if mechanical, future.

The coronavirus pandemic is rolling across America like a great crimson wave.

The restaurant sells its colorful handiwork — crimson tuna, fat-streaked salmon, finely scored squid glistening with flying fish roe — not by the piece but the box.

Percy, who played tackle on a winning Crimson eleven, and Sam Felton will be well remembered as the fastest punters of their day.

Football DaysWilliam H. Edwards

At sunset the western sky will change to crimson and the eastern cliffs will change to gold.

A Trip to the OrientRobert Urie Jacob

To the left stood a large arm-chair covered with crimson cloth.

In the Days of My YouthAmelia Ann Blandford Edwards

The gold and crimson, splashed all about the sky, had overflowed around it, and rendered a clear view almost impossible.

The gentle slope to the dark-green canada was a broad cataract of crimson poppies.

Happie cried, crimson with anger and the reaction from her fright.

Six Girls and BobMarion Ames Taggart

Harry reached up and tossed a crimson sweater about Roy's shoulders.

The Crimson SweaterRalph Henry Barbour

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.