Thesaurus / scarlet

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In this sense, being required to wear an ankle monitor is akin to wearing a criminal record on one’s body—like a digital scarlet letter.
There was a very real chance coming forward could destroy any prospect of a career as a running coach, get him sued, and possibly land him with the scarlet letter of a USADA doping suspension.
O Hara San pouted her scarlet lips at him and laughed softly as she subsided on to a mat on the floor and clapped her hands.
The scarlet liveries make a great effect, one sees them from such a distance.
ITALIAN LETTERS OF A DIPLOMAT'S LIFEMARY ALSOP KING WADDINGTON
An additional piece of scarlet cloth is thrown over the remains of a chief or medicine man.
DEALINGS WITH THE DEAD, VOLUME I (OF 2)A SEXTON OF THE OLD SCHOOL
If I have little wealth, I can give thee love:—love, the glory of life, clothed in colors of scarlet and gold!
THE GENIUSMARGARET HORTON POTTER
One had scarlet fever, and the other was a young starving clerk in a galloping consumption, thirty-six hours from his home.
I can see her now, dressed in a scarlet satin robe and glittering with jewels.
It was of a bright green plumage, with a patch of scarlet beneath the wings.
With these words he clapped his scarlet cap on his head, and vanished like the snuff of a candle.
TOTO'S MERRY WINTERLAURA E. RICHARDS

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