verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of blush
Examples from the Web for blushing
Chuck Todd solemnized his marriage to Meet the Press, NBC News's 67-year-old public affairs program, much like a blushing bride.
Watts does a good, blushing sideways glance and has her flat upper class intonations off to a tee.Princess Diana Was the Girlfriend From Hell. Why Is This Movie So Boring?|Tina Brown|November 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
She was a blushing bride of seventeen, a sad and stoic wife, a loving mother, an embittered chaperone, and a daughter pushed away.
Watch how he toys with Dick Cavett in this mid-1970s interview, rendering the veteran talk show host a blushing fan.
Smiling to the cameras and blushing and passing chocolates to Raffaele did little to help her.
Nay, do not turn away that dear blushing face from me; remember it is your father who speaks to you.Tales And Novels, Volume 3 (of 10)|Maria Edgeworth
It was very pleasant to see the blushing girl hiding her tearful face in the old man's arms.Mirk Abbey, Volume 3(of 3)|James Payn
She turned her back on him, blushing to the roots of her hair.The Bad Man|Charles Hanson Towne
Only you must, this winter, get over that confounded habit of blushing.Debit and Credit|Gustav Freytag
Blushing like a rose with mortification, poor Beatrix fled swiftly from the room.Her Dark Inheritance|Mrs. E. Burke Collins
British Dictionary definitions for blushing
Derived Formsblushful, adjectiveblushing, noun, adjectiveblushingly, adverb
Word Origin for blush
Medicine definitions for blushing
Related formsblush v.
Idioms and Phrases with blushing
see at first blush.