Words nearby carmine
How to use carmine in a sentence
Instead he wore a shaggy beard and a carmine sweater unzipped to the middle of his chest, vaguely resembling the Orthodox saints depicted in the icons that filled his office.Exclusive: How an Accused Russian Agent Worked With Rudy Giuliani in a Plot Against the 2020 Election|Simon Shuster/Kyiv|May 28, 2021|TIme
Cooper and Renner are solid as the loose cannon Richie and the upstanding Carmine, respectively.‘American Hustle’: A Sexy, Gleefully Chaotic Caper Starring Christian Bale and Jennifer Lawrence|Marlow Stern|December 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He went on: “We told her (Carmine) that Jacintha was admitted to hospital for blood pressure problems.”Tragic Kate Middleton Nurse Had Made Two Previous Suicide Attempts|Tom Sykes|December 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Or Mr. Carmine, a Yonkers toupee-maker with a thick Italian accent and a (very) full head of gray hair.In ‘Mansome,’ Morgan Spurlock Takes On Modern Masculinity|Jessica Bennett|April 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But in the book, Father Carmine just has one unhealthy tabby cat.
Nor, later, the Massacios from the church of Santa Maria del Carmine.
He died from the effects of the poison as is indicated by the slight carmine tinge to the blood.
That touch of deep carmine right here in the center of my lips was quite an idea.
It is of carmine silk damask with gold thread, and the inner vest is of white lawn.
A reason for this act is to be seen when we introduce a little finely powdered carmine into the water near the head of the fish.A Civic Biology|George William Hunter
You tackled Carmine because he was in the way and you ran into him and put your arms around him to keep from falling on your nose.Left Tackle Thayer|Ralph Henry Barbour
British Dictionary definitions for carmine
- a vivid red colour, sometimes with a purplish tinge
- (as adjective)carmine paint