blood red


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blood red

n.
A moderate to vivid red.

blood′-red′ adj.

blood red

n
(Colours)
a. a deep red colour
b. (as adjective): blood-red roses.
Translations

blood red

adjrosso sangue inv
References in classic literature ?
The sun, shining through the smoke that drove up from the tops of the trees, seemed blood red, and threw an unfamiliar lurid light upon everything.
The iris of the eyes is blood red, as in Albinos, while the pupil is dark.
With the conviction that Meriem was dead there surged through Korak's brain a wave of blood red rage against those he believed to be her murderer.
A great strand of black hair looped down across her brow, her cheeks were whipped a dark blood red, and drops of rain made wet marks upon them.
How blood red the poppy petals Falling from the sky, Representing many thousands All prepared to do or die.
com)-- Blood Red Clothing is proud to be the official sailing gear sponsor for the upcoming 2015 Asian Open Regatta, happening on 31st October to 1st November in Discovery Bay, Hong Kong.
A blood red 'supermoon' in the skies above the Angel of the North.
The flower stems are strong and tall, up to 4ft, and each supports a single magnificent bloom - blood red and boldly imprinted at the base of each petal with a jet-black splodge.
BLOOD RED has two pairs of tickets up for grabs for an evening with Didi Hamann at Anfield next Friday, March 20.
It's believed five million people have flocked to see the blood red wave of ceramic poppies laid out on the tower's banks.
7, Australians will have a chance to see a blood red moon as a part of the total lunar eclipse.
London, Apr 17 ( ANI ): A church in the US has claimed that the total lunar eclipse that turned the moon a dark blood red was a "sign" from God and fulfilled an ancient prophecy foretold in the Bible.