blushing


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Synonyms for blushing

having a red face from embarrassment or shame or agitation or emotional upset

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Later] I walked up to the elevator and am just, like, blushing, blushing, blushing and he looks at me and he winks as he does and says, 'I look pretty good, don't I?
Although blushing is a common emotional response (Darwin, 1872/1989), most people consider blushing undesirable and often try to stop or conceal it.
Clinique's Blushing Blush, pounds 19, is lightweight and oil-free so women with any skin type can delve in and apply colour without the worry of adding additional oils.
The whole thing was wonderful - from meeting all the other blushing brides, to winning the competition and feeling like a princess.
GIORGIO ARMANI BLUSHING FABRIC 4 (pounds 28) A RUSSET cream, this needs only the slightest amount to create colour.
WITH the benefit of hindsight, Blushing Barada was a standout broodmare prospect at the 2006 Tattersalls July sale.
A FREQUENT blushing can be passed down through family or it might be a social phobia.
The best ones are Origins' Pinch Your Cheeks, pounds 11, Bliss' Ink Pink Blushing Balm, pounds 18 (0808 1004151, www.
Ernest & Julio Gallo, the UK's best loved Californian wine brand, is teaming up with The Birmingham Post to give one lucky reader and five friends the chance to be blushing beauties this summer with a unique Blush Makeover Party.
Blushing can be made worse by too much spicy food, alcohol and some medicines.
Homoeopathic remedy Belladonna 30c is excellent for overcoming anxiety, blushing, restlessness and panic attacks.
Examining the blush as both an involuntary writing of the body and as a social obligation, O'Farrell offers one of the most insightful and sympathetic readings of the "easy" Lydia Bennett as a character incapable of blushing, signifying a body not properly socialized (p.
For example, Waynbaum said that blushing occurs after an intense emotion sends a sudden surge of blood to the brain.
Hydrangea lovers across the country have a new reason to celebrate this garden season with the introduction of Endless Summer([R]) Blushing Bride.