crimsoned[ krim-zuh n, -suh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF crimsoned
Synonyms for crimsoned
- go red
- turn red
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRIMSONED
He would have crimsoned to the eyes, no doubt, and fled from the virago.
It crimsoned the west, and sparkled like gold on the eastern crags.
A bloody sweat, oozing from every pore, crimsoned his bed-clothes.
He stirred, and she started, a guilty thing, crimsoned with shame; but he did not wake.
She crimsoned to her temples, then her eyes flashed violet fire.
Mary, who felt that the remark was addressed to her, crimsoned painfully.
Your teachings contrasted with your practice, would cause a crimsoned negative to settle on the cheeks of old Pilate!
Her cheeks had crimsoned, and tears trembled on her eyelashes.
Lilias Redgauntlet withdrew the mask from her crimsoned cheek.
Malcolm crimsoned, with the resolution never to betray himself.