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How to use scarlets in a sentence

Suddenly a flickering of colored lights ran over the screen, swellings of blue, green, shiny scarlets.
THE JEWELS OF APTORSAMUEL R. DELANY
Look at the plants in my bed-room window, scarlets, and blue things, and lilies of the Nile!
THE REMARKABLE HISTORY OF SIR THOMAS UPMORE, BART., M.P., FORMERLY KNOWN AS "TOMMY UPMORE"R. D. BLACKMORE
If the hues ran to vivid scarlets and unexpected contrasts, why, Rupert had done the shopping and had consulted his own taste.
FROM THE CAR BEHINDELEANOR M. INGRAM
They prefer the most gorgeous reds and scarlets, such as that of Salvia horminum, Lobelia cardinalis, and the like.
THE ROMANCE OF PLANT LIFEG. F. SCOTT ELLIOT
The pure pinks, and the rich crimsons and scarlets of the Hybrid Perpetuals are of surpassing beauty.
ROSES AND ROSE GROWINGROSE GEORGINA KINGSLEY
The colours of the skeletons and the animals are vivid scarlets and purples and greens.
THOMAS HENRY HUXLEY; A SKETCH OF HIS LIFE AND WORKP. CHALMERS MITCHELL
The scarlets and yellows of oak and maple trees gleamed here and there, making a rich background for the somber company of pines.
MOLLY BROWN'S SENIOR DAYSNELL SPEED
Silks and satins, scarlets and velvets,” as Poor Richard says, “put out the kitchen fire.
JOURNEYS THROUGH BOOKLAND, VOL. 6CHARLES H. SYLVESTER
Strawberries nearly the same as scarlets, excellent, and in some places in great abundance.
EARLY WESTERN TRAVELS 1748-1846, VOLUME XVARIOUS
All the scarlets and vermilions are gone; a luminous pink bathes the whole scene in its fairy light.
EUROPE AFTER 8:15H. L. MENCKEN, GEORGE JEAN NATHAN AND WILLARD HUNTINGTON WRIGHT

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