reddish orange

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Noun1.reddish orange - an orange color closer to red than to yellow
orangeness, orange - orange color or pigment; any of a range of colors between red and yellow
tangerine - a reddish to vivid orange color
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Flying around with distinctive colors, the Painted Lady butterflies are observed this time of year in Kuwait, flashing their beautifully elaborate patterns of reddish orange, brown, white and black scales.
These include annatto, paprika and beta-carotene (yellow, orange and reddish orange), beet juice concentrate (pink), fruit and vegetable juices (red to purple) to name a few.
It's bluish-green foliage turns reddish orange in the fall.
It is not unusual for the reddish orange creatures to be spotted along the North Wales coast - and they can be seen from the Menai Bridge or Bangor Pier during the summer.
While not as red as a ruby, Antares certainly does beam at us with a reddish orange tint, a fact reflected in its name, which means "like Mars," the red planet.
The oyster-catcher is a colourful bird, strikingly black and white but adorned with a bright reddish orange bill of impressive proportions, pink legs and red eyes.
The Earth's atmosphere also blocks parts of the sunlight's spectrum, leaving only the longer wavelengths that give the Moon a reddish orange or blood red hue .
Pileus 5090 mm diameter, convex with an incurved margin at first then flat with a slightly depressed center, reddish orange when young, turning reddish brown at maturity, center more darkly colored compared to margins, cap surface appears velvety when young, then smooth with age, wrinkled towards margins.
Attributes/comments: High performance benzimidazolone pigment, reddish orange shade, good rheological property, excellent light, weather and solvent fastness.
Caption: From top: Licorice, a 16-piece set, is also available in candy corn (reddish orange) and toffee (brown).
It billowed ash about 11 miles (18 kilometers) high in the initial blast, then several hours later produced a second, spectacular outburst that turned the nighttime sky reddish orange and caused huge lightning bolts to crackle through its ash plume.