Exposure to sea-air and scorching suns had tanned and bronzed the cheeks, that were never wanting in ruddiness.
His face without spot, and adorned with a certain tempered ruddiness.
A moment before it had exhibited the ruddiness of perfect health, now it was ashen pale.
His face, for all his increase in flesh, lost its ruddiness.
These are born with their eyes open, and a short furry coat, which however lacks the ruddiness of the adult.
And the ruddiness had gone completely out of his smooth-shaven cheeks.
The ruddiness had faded from his cheeks, and he was much thinner.
She was pale; on her lips appeared a slight trace of ruddiness.
In truth, Private Doran looked very well, having suffered no diminution of either girth or ruddiness.
There was in her hair the ruddiness of tried gold, spun into a web to catch the sun.