scarlet red n.
An azo dye used as an agent to promote the healing of wounds and as a histological stain.
His neck and face turned “scarlet red,” Clinton tells NEWSWEEK.
Four were clad in Lincoln green, while the fifth, who seemed to be the leader, was dressed in a brave suit of scarlet red.
The fruits of R. rugosa are orange-shaped, scarlet red, and of large size—altogether very ornamental.
Eyebrows like sleeping silkworms shaded his phoenix eyes, which were a scarlet red.
Some wear coats made of green blankets, others of blue ones, and some of a scarlet red.
Some he saw going about in scarlet red, some in purple well wrought, and others in thin silk.
He clothed his men in Lincoln green, and himself in scarlet red, with hats of black and feathers white to bravely deck each head.