His face without spot, and adorned with a certain tempered ruddiness.
His face, for all his increase in flesh, lost its ruddiness.
And the ruddiness had gone completely out of his smooth-shaven cheeks.
She was pale; on her lips appeared a slight trace of ruddiness.
There was in her hair the ruddiness of tried gold, spun into a web to catch the sun.
The ruddiness had faded from his cheeks, and he was much thinner.
Cecil Warner came through the doorway at the left, alone, his broad face sallow, all ruddiness washed away.
His paleness changed to the ruddiness of manhood; and his feeble limbs felt all the vigor of a hero in his prime.
There was no ruddiness in his face, the lips of which were pressed together in defiance of a cruel and credulous world.
Portland Place at Christmas in a black fog was never a rosy landscape, but in 1861 the most hardened Londoner lost his ruddiness.