flushed[ fluhsh ]SEE DEFINITION OF flushed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLUSHED
The face, neck, and arms of the modest maiden were flushed with indignant crimson.
Robert flushed with gratification at the high compliment conveyed in these words.
This crystal pallor or a flushed joy—in one of the two she was most beautiful.
He saw them laughing, flushed, silhouetted against the green, distant trees.
He had not lost the fact that she had flushed when he spoke to her.
The sick man was flushed and growing fretful; it would not do to irritate him.
I flushed to see her regard the litter about me with calm deliberateness.
No wonder he flushed and stood silent, lost for words to express his indignation.
The good lady, oblivious to the humorous side of her greeting, flushed in anger.
Napoleon flushed with anger, enraged both at the intrusion and the teasing.