crimsoning[ krim-zuh n, -suh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF crimsoning
Synonyms for crimsoning
- go red
- turn red
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRIMSONING
Johnnie looked at her a moment, crimsoning as he tried to speak.
Her head was bent; an all-eating shame was crimsoning her pale cheek.
At the sight of her his crimsoning cheeks became white with wrath.
You were right: it made a crimsoning colour shine like a new idea.
People talk, she murmured, crimsoning as in the deepest shame.
Ida's face was crimsoning slowly with confusion and suspense.
Crimsoning, Alrek fell from his hill of scorn to the valley of abashment.
"I don't think I am entitled to charge for attending the dog," said Harold, crimsoning.
They bleed inwardly, just crimsoning the brown hair at their mouths.
"I don't feel it like haste," she said, looking up with a smile, and then crimsoning.