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red·den

 (rĕd′n)
v. red·dened, red·den·ing, red·dens
v.tr.
To make red.
v.intr.
1. To become red.
2. To blush.

redden

(ˈrɛdən)
vb
1. to make or become red
2. (intr) to flush with embarrassment, anger, etc; blush

red•den

(ˈrɛd n)

v.t.
1. to make or cause to become red.
v.i.
2. to become red.
3. to blush; flush.
[1605–15]

redden


Past participle: reddened
Gerund: reddening

Imperative
redden
redden
Present
I redden
you redden
he/she/it reddens
we redden
you redden
they redden
Preterite
I reddened
you reddened
he/she/it reddened
we reddened
you reddened
they reddened
Present Continuous
I am reddening
you are reddening
he/she/it is reddening
we are reddening
you are reddening
they are reddening
Present Perfect
I have reddened
you have reddened
he/she/it has reddened
we have reddened
you have reddened
they have reddened
Past Continuous
I was reddening
you were reddening
he/she/it was reddening
we were reddening
you were reddening
they were reddening
Past Perfect
I had reddened
you had reddened
he/she/it had reddened
we had reddened
you had reddened
they had reddened
Future
I will redden
you will redden
he/she/it will redden
we will redden
you will redden
they will redden
Future Perfect
I will have reddened
you will have reddened
he/she/it will have reddened
we will have reddened
you will have reddened
they will have reddened
Future Continuous
I will be reddening
you will be reddening
he/she/it will be reddening
we will be reddening
you will be reddening
they will be reddening
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reddening
you have been reddening
he/she/it has been reddening
we have been reddening
you have been reddening
they have been reddening
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reddening
you will have been reddening
he/she/it will have been reddening
we will have been reddening
you will have been reddening
they will have been reddening
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reddening
you had been reddening
he/she/it had been reddening
we had been reddening
you had been reddening
they had been reddening
Conditional
I would redden
you would redden
he/she/it would redden
we would redden
you would redden
they would redden
Past Conditional
I would have reddened
you would have reddened
he/she/it would have reddened
we would have reddened
you would have reddened
they would have reddened
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.redden - turn red, as if in embarrassment or shame; "The girl blushed when a young man whistled as she walked by"
discolour, discolor, color, colour - change color, often in an undesired manner; "The shirts discolored"
2.redden - make red; "The setting sun reddened the sky"
color, color in, colorise, colorize, colour in, colourise, colourize, colour - add color to; "The child colored the drawings"; "Fall colored the trees"; "colorize black and white film"
madder - color a moderate to strong red
encrimson - make crimson
vermilion - color vermilion
carmine - color carmine
rubify - make ruby red
ruddle - redden as if with a red ocher color
3.redden - turn red or redder; "The sky reddened"
discolour, discolor, color, colour - change color, often in an undesired manner; "The shirts discolored"
blush - become rosy or reddish; "her cheeks blushed in the cold winter air"

redden

verb flush, colour (up), blush, crimson, suffuse, go red, go beetroot (informal) She reddened instantly.

redden

verb
To become red in the face:
Translations
يَحْمَريُحَمِّر
načervenitzačervenat se
farve rødmale rødrødme
bevörösítelvörösödikpirosít
rjóîa; mála rauîanroîna
načerveniťzačervenať sa
kıpkırmızı olmakkızar makkızarmak

redden

[ˈredn]
A. VTenrojecer, teñir de rojo
B. VI
1. [sky, leaves] → enrojecerse, ponerse rojo
2. [person] (= blush) → ponerse colorado, ruborizarse; (with anger) → ponerse rojo or colorado

redden

[ˈrɛdən]
vi
(gen)rougir
[person, cheeks] (with embarrassment, anger)rougir
vtrougir

redden

vtröten; sky, foliagerot färben
vi (face)sich röten; (person)rot werden; (sky, foliage)sich rot färben

redden

[ˈrɛdn]
1. vtarrossare, tingere di rosso
2. vi (sky, leaves) → diventar rosso, tingersi di rosso; (person) → arrossire

red

(red) noun, adjective
1. (of) the colour of blood. a red car/dress / cheeks; red cheeks; a red car/dress / cheeks; Her eyes were red with crying.
2. (of hair or fur) (of) a colour which varies between a golden brown and a deep reddish-brown.
3. (a) communist. Red China; A lot of his university friends are Reds.
the Red Army
the army of the former USSR.
ˈredden verb
1. to make or become red or redder. to redden the lips with lipstick.
2. to blush. She reddened as she realized her mistake.
ˈreddish adjective
slightly red. reddish hair.
ˈredness noun
ˈredcurrant noun
a type of garden bush grown for its small red fruit.
ˈredhead noun
a person with red hair.
red herring
1. something that leads people away from the main point in a discussion.
2. a false clue or line of enquiry.
ˌred-ˈhot adjective
(of metal etc) so hot that it is glowing red. red-hot steel; This iron is red-hot.
Red Indian
a North American Indian.
red-letter day
a day which will always be remembered because of something especially good that happened on it.
red tape
annoying and unnecessary rules and regulations.
be in the red
to be in debt.
catch red-handed
to find (a person) in the act of doing wrong. The police caught the thief red-handed.
see red
to become angry. When he started criticizing my work, I really saw red.

redden

v. enrojecer, teñir de rojo.
References in classic literature ?
Yankees have a trick of being generous to their enemies," said Jo, with a look that made the lad redden, "especially when they beat them," she added, as, leaving Kate's ball untouched, she won the game by a clever stroke.
The minister might stand there, if it so pleased him, until morning should redden in the east, without other risk than that the dank and chill night air would creep into his frame, and stiffen his joints with rheumatism, and clog his throat with catarrh and cough; thereby defrauding the expectant audience of to-morrow's prayer and sermon.
At first the talk was a little gloomy, and ran mainly upon the shortness of life, the uncertainty of it, the perils which beset it, and the need and wisdom of being always prepared for the worst; this shaded off into low-voiced references to the dangers of the deep, and kindred matters; but as the gray east began to redden and the mysterious solemnity and silence of the dawn to give place to the joy-songs of the birds, the talk took a cheerier tone, and our spirits began to rise steadily.
I redden, tumble over half-a-dozen words, and stop.
This nose vigorously divided a pale face into two sections which seemed to have no knowledge of each other, for one side would redden under the process of digestion, while the other continued white.
Crowds are scattering backward, and the sky is beginning to redden over the Yorkshire wolds.
All day she traveled onward through the hot sun; and, at night again, the flame of the torch would redden and gleam along the pathway, and she continued her search by its light, without ever sitting down to rest.
Norris, who had begun to redden, was appeased; and, for a little while, other subjects took place of the improvements of Sotherton.
The sunshine yet lingered upon the higher branches of the trees that grew on rising ground; but the shadows of evening had deepened into the hollow where the encampment was made, and the firelight began to redden as it gleamed up the tall trunks of the pines or hovered on the dense and obscure mass of foliage that circled round the spot.
She began to redden, and pretended to examine the windows again.
Then he felt a jealousy which be could never have believed possible awakening within him, a jealousy which made him redden with shame and indignation: "One might condone the captain, but this one
At length one presented himself; he was a sharp- shooter of the regiment of Picardy, named Luzerne, who took aim at the animal, fired, and hit him in the quarters, for we saw the blood redden the hair of the horse.