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scarlet red

scarlet red in Medicine

scarlet red n.
An azo dye used as an agent to promote the healing of wounds and as a histological stain.

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  • Eyebrows like sleeping silkworms shaded his phoenix eyes, which were a scarlet red.

    Myths and Legends of China E. T. C. Werner
  • The fruits of R. rugosa are orange-shaped, scarlet red, and of large size—altogether very ornamental.

  • Some he saw going about in scarlet red, some in purple well wrought, and others in thin silk.

  • Some wear coats made of green blankets, others of blue ones, and some of a scarlet red.

    The War Trail Mayne Reid
  • He clothed his men in Lincoln green, and himself in scarlet red, with hats of black and feathers white to bravely deck each head.

    Robin Hood J. Walker McSpadden
  • Four were clad in Lincoln green, while the fifth, who seemed to be the leader, was dressed in a brave suit of scarlet red.

    Robin Hood J. Walker McSpadden

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