Antonyms for more crimson

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There was a brilliant flush on the beautiful face, the light in her eyes was unnaturally bright, no lips were ever more crimson.

The great spots of the dorsal are more crimson, the petals and slipper a darker hue.

So long and so earnestly gazed he, that her cheek deepened to a more and more crimson tint as each line was added to her song.

As though some unseen hand checked him, the man halted, and the girl's cheeks were not more crimson than his own.

Lalage grew gradually more and more crimson in the face while I spoke.

Modeste, feeling that she grew more and more crimson, went off into the garden, calling Butscha after her.

There is more crimson in the cock than in the hen, and in the former in the breeding season than at other times of the year.

He went red and he went white, and then he got crimson, as if you were rubbing more and more crimson lake on a palette.