crimson[ krim-zuh n, -suh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF crimson
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At the top was crimson, at the right hand blue, and at the left hand yellow.
"Yes," said George, and he nodded; but his face was red as crimson.
Nearby, in a hall with crimson hangings, there was music and dancing.
Before Hetty had finished her sentence, her face was crimson.
In a few moments this had changed to crimson; brow and cheeks were glowing with it.
There sat Apollo, dressed in crimson, on a throne which glittered with diamonds.
The crimson curtains were not yet drawn across the diamond-paned window.
He unbound his crimson silk cloth and whisked it about in the water to wash it.
The hangings were of crimson velvet, and the canopy of the richest purple.
The stranger with the crimson robe pursued, And slaughtered with axes and blades.