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Adj.1.bright-red - of the red of fresh raspberries
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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Diana poured herself out a tumblerful, looked at its bright-red hue admiringly, and then sipped it daintily.
And the first green buds appeared, the first little birds began to chirrup; and out of the wood came, riding on a magnificent horse, which Gerda knew (it was one of the leaders in the golden carriage), a young damsel with a bright-red cap on her head, and armed with pistols.
His face was bright-red with exertion, his long flaxen hair blown about his head, and his dropping nether lip showed his irregular teeth.
The draggling ends of a bright-red neckerchief were then disclosed, and he had even been at the pains of dipping parts of it in some liquid, to give it the appearance of having become stained by wear.
Q I HAVE a plant in my garden that has produced 12in spikes and bright-red berries.
Natasha Bedingfield showed off her skintight, bright-red Herve Leger vintage dress while Gina Gershon smoked up a storm on the patio.
In the course of such studies, Green and Sanchez came across godwit droppings that had the bright-red larvae of the midge Chironomus salinarius wriggling within them.
Yet every time the sun shines, our streets and parks are filled with women proudly displaying bright-red burnt skin under skimpy tops, or men bearing bright-red chests.
A bright-red paint job was in order before mounting it to the wall with two-by-four supports.
When Maddy draws a picture of a naked woman on the Bible with a bright-red lipstick during Bible study, her mother decides her daughter must spend weekends living with Aunt Pip, her estranged sister, who is dying of breast cancer.
Dark, dry blood surrounds the perforation, and there is bright-red blood on the superior edge of the perforation.
In a spotlight, a single branch with tapering leaf and bud projected from the wall--several bright-red berries peeped through splits in the bud casing.