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adjective blood red
1(sky) teñido de rojo(rose) encarnado(wine) de color rojo sangre
- So I was imagining aubergine and blood red - that deep deep rich shiny purple and thick dark red.
- A deep red glow surrounded her, and her eyes also became deep blood red.
- The flowers varied in color from blood red to sky blue and from pale yellow to a deep violet.
- She started work on my make up by applying a dark, particularly blood red lipstick.
- Her eyes were smudged from her mascara and her blood red lipstick was smudged all over.
- Her hair was silky raven black with streaks of blonde and blood red.
- The fact that her eyes too were tinted that same striking blood red.
- He sits all alone in his study, a vase of blood red roses before him and a book in his hands.
- The water was dark orange, reflecting the almost blood red hue of the sky above.
- In the late afternoon light the colours shift constantly, from pink to blood red to mauve.
- The sky was blood red; the ocean near the city was a deep black color.
- Apparently most members of the anti-war movement associate every day of the week with a lurid shade of blood red.
- What my friends and I did was to grow our right pinky finger nails and wear bright blood red nail polish on it.
- A frantic battle in a forest takes place in a blizzard of autumn gold leaves that eventually turn blood red.
- Through the mists I gaze at the powerful mountains, turned blood red by the sunset.
- He followed the road for only a moment before Sarai's blood red car came into view.
- Behind the counter a wall of dark coursed slate is incised with a slot lined with blood red glass.
- The woman sitting next to him humphed and drummed her blood red nails on the steering wheel.
- The front of the card was pure white, but the writing inside was in blood red ink.
- There was also a dais in the center with a throne carved of jet and adorned with blood red gemstones.