High-colored

High´-col`ored


a.1.Having a strong, deep, or glaring color; flushed.
2.Vivid; strong or forcible in representation; hence, exaggerated; as, high-colored description.
References in classic literature ?
From a letter of my great-grandmother's written to a stubborn daughter upon some unfilial behavior, like running away to be married, I suspect that she was fond of the high-colored fiction of her day, for she tells the wilful child that she has "planted a dagger in her mother's heart," and I should not be surprised if it were from this fine-languaged lady that my grandfather derived his taste for poetry rather than from his father, who was of a worldly wiser mind.
said the high-colored, dark-eyed lady, with the clearest chiselled utterance.
Hers was a Norman beauty, fresh, high-colored, redundant, the flesh of Rubens covering the muscles of the Farnese Hercules, and not the slender articulations of the Venus de' Medici, Apollo's graceful consort.