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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REDDER

She grew red and redder, just as if Otto had detected her in something mischievous.

Solomon's red face was redder still when he saw us together.

She got redder'n she was afore, which was a miracle, pretty nigh.

Its face was red, but no redder than Mr. Speranza's at that moment.

She had round cheeks and merry eyes, and her lips were redder than the red rose.

That did not make me feel any cooler; if possible, I grew redder and redder.

And the tip of Queen Carola's nose will be redder than ever.

Mr. Quaver's red nose was redder than ever, and he had a stern look.

Bob Strahan blushed until he was redder than any tomato that ever ripened.

He was redder in the face than ever, and his wig was almost off his head, it was so slewed aside.

WORD ORIGIN

"one who sets or puts in order," especially "one who tries to settle a quarrel," mid-15c., Scottish, agent noun from redd (v.).

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.