His father's red-lined dressing gown, turned inside out, permitted it easily.
Barbara and Reynold were apart from all the rest in the square, red-lined pew which had always belonged to the Rothwells.
Mr. Dunbar took his faithful friend—his short pipe—from its red-lined case, filled it with tobacco, and began to draw luxuriously.
Now and then a pale nurse, dressed in white, with white helmet and red-lined parasol would walk through the throng.
Sam strutted around for some time after that, holding up his arm so that he might feast his eyes on the red-lined rating mark.
In the smoke and din Ashby leaped forward, waving the red-lined cloak above his head.
He was about to fire, when one of the Indians in the hole below spotted the red-lined coat.
He lay in uniform, upon the red-lined cloak, his plumed hat beside him, his sword in his hand.
also red-line, "mark in red ink," 1820, from red (adj.1) + line (v.). Specific sense of "deny loans to certain neighborhoods based on ethnicity" is from 1973, on notion of lines drawn on maps. Used earlier in reference to insurance company practices (1961) and in World War II military slang in reference to a red line drawn through a soldier's name for some infraction, thus denying his pay. Related: Redlined; redlining.