crimson

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Synonyms for crimson

to become red in the face

Synonyms for crimson

a deep and vivid red color

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turn red, as if in embarrassment or shame

of a color at the end of the color spectrum (next to orange)

characterized by violence or bloodshed

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(especially of the face) reddened or suffused with or as if with blood from emotion or exertion

References in classic literature ?
The sun had just gone down in the vast sheet of the crimsoned ocean, like a gigantic crucible.
She held up her crimsoned blade that he might see it.
Here the breathless little mother, who had been shrieking these short sentences into the old man's ear, until her pretty face was crimsoned, held up the Baby before him as a stubborn and triumphant fact; while Tilly Slowboy, with a melodious cry of 'Ketcher, Ketcher'--which sounded like some unknown words, adapted to a popular Sneeze--performed some cow-like gambols round that all unconscious Innocent.
She crimsoned with shame at her own baseness, as she turned once more to her companion.
Some of the red life-blood of the gorilla crimsoned his fingers.
The face of Rouletabille crimsoned at being called a "lad.
Her face crimsoned with indignation--she turned upon little Jacob with an angry suddenness which terrified him into a fresh burst of tears--opened her lips to speak to him--then controlled herself, and addressed the master instead of the boy.