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encrimson

[en-krim-zuh n, -suh n]
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verb (used with object)
  1. to make crimson.

Origin of encrimson

First recorded in 1765–75; en-1 + crimson
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Examples from the Web for encrimsoned

Historical Examples

  • The upper servant appeared, much battered and holding his encrimsoned nose.

    The O'Ruddy

    Stephen Crane

  • “Ronald and I meant to put him in the hen-house,” said the encrimsoned Flora.

  • A fearful object it was to look upon: it was the encrimsoned skull of our scalped comrade!


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