Origin of blusher
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Examples from the Web for blusher
Hay speaks of it as being eaten in England, where it is called the "Blusher."
The sink was powdered with blusher and marked with lipstick and mascara residue.Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town
- a cosmetic applied to the face to imbue it with a rosy colour
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