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Synonyms for carmine

a variable color averaging a vivid red


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color carmine

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

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Made up with curls, wreaths, wings, white bismuth, and carmine, this hopeful young person soared into so pleasing a Cupid as to constitute the chief delight of the maternal part of the spectators; but in private, where his characteristics were a precocious cutaway coat and an extremely gruff voice, he became of the Turf, turfy.
Her mouth, which might have been found fault with as too large, displayed teeth of pearly whiteness, rendered still more conspicuous by the brilliant carmine of her lips, contrasting vividly with her naturally pale complexion.
Even the grass upon the nearer bank was unearthly--lush and high it grew, and each blade bore upon its tip a brilliant flower--violet or yellow or carmine or blue--making as gorgeous a sward as human imagination might conceive.
Her carmine lips vaticinated with an extraordinary rapidity.
The first Carmines signed by the team and an opportunity to be in the featured Carmine Launch national commercial campaign is the perk on offer for five backers who pledge $5400.
23 August 2012 -- Canadian financial services firm BMO Harris (NYSE: BM0) said that its dealership finance team is expanding into Virginia with the hiring of Jeff Carmines as director, commercial dealership finance, BMO Harris Bank.
The Chicago-based bank said that it was expanding its auto dealership finance business in the Washington area with the appointment of Jeff Carmines who had previously been with SunTrust Bank (NYSE STI).
Colorcon's new product line of natural colorants includes a full range of annattos and carmines, available in dry, dispersed and blended formulations.
Not fire-engine reds, but wine reds and spicy carmines are dominating in draperies, top-of-the-bed and decorative pillows.
Carmines. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1997.
Hardcore musical theater buffs may recall her giddy 1969 collaboration with Al Carmines, Promenade, for which New York's prestigious Promenade Theater is named.
Carmines. Next, Scott Shuger explains how Lou Cannon's fresh new reporting on the Rodney King beating will force readers to rethink their assumptions about the true meaning of that infamous event.
And then I saw the Apple Theatre Company's revival of the Al Carmines and Gertrude Stein musical In Circles, where I had, despite the muchreduced scale of the undertaking, an epiphanous zing similar to the one I'd registered seven weeks earlier at the Imperial.