carmine


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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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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.
Former "90210" star Vanessa Marcil's two-year marriage to "CSI: NY's" Carmine Giovinazzo officially came to an end on Monday.
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Most recently occupying the building was Carmine's Restaurant, which featured an authentic Italian menu.
M2 PRESSWIRE-September 2, 2019-: Carmine Market by Form, Application, and End User - Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2018 - 2025
Dairy & frozen products was the major application segment for carmine market owing to the increasing use in dairy products such as butter, cheese, ghee, ice creams and many more.
Carmine Caridi played Carmine Rosato in The Godfather: Part II and Albert Volpe in Part III.
Summary: Washington DC [USA], May 30 (ANI): Actor Carmine Caridi, who gained popularity by playing Carmine Rosato in the film 'Godfather: Part II', passed away at the age of 85.
The food will be cooked by Carmine Scaringi, chef and owner at Wolverhampton's Bella Restaurant.
FIFA's statement read: "The Chairman of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee has today decided to extend the sanctions imposed by the Italian Football Association (FIGC) on the intermediaries Carmine and Vincenzo Raiola to have worldwide effect.
Along the way, Carmine "The Snake" Persico is suspected of killing 60 people and ordering hits on hundreds more, while surviving attempts on his own life - in one legendary incident by catching a bullet in his teeth.
Carmine Persico, nicknamed The Snake, ran the Colombo organisation after coming up through the ranks of one of the city's most infamous mafia syndicates of the 1950s and 1960s.