to make or cause to becomered.
to become red.
to blush; flush.
- outredden, verb (used with object)
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How to use redden in a sentence
A product’s SPF rating is based on how long someone can be in the sun with sunscreen on before their skin starts to redden, relative to how long they can be in the sun without it.Everything you need to know about UPF sun protection | Julia Craven | July 30, 2022 | Popular-Science
The side effects of these events will cause the sun to redden, cool, and inflate to more than a hundred times its current size, swallowing the orbits of Mercury, Venus, and even Earth.
His eyes slightly reddened, he did his best to answer questions, occasionally wiping tears from his face, as his accomplishments and emotions were overwhelmed by a settling reality.How An Undrafted Rookie Stopped James Harden In The Playoffs | Julian McKenzie | December 7, 2020 | FiveThirtyEight
As Molly redden reports for Mother Jones, Brannon is far outside the mainstream of American politics.Ties to Secessionist Sympathizers? Don't Worry, Rand Paul Will Still Endorse You | Jamelle Bouie | December 17, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
redden said that he had prayed for peace, but feared for the future.
Here's a little bit from TNR's Molly redden on how she got there.
He has a strong temper within him, and he can redden up beautifully all over when his equanimity is disturbed.Our Churches and Chapels | Atticus
Koessler's theoretical initial dose of rag weed extract is one drop of the weakest dilution that will just redden the conjunctiva.The Treatment of Hay Fever | George Frederick Laidlaw
I think your nose has the impertinence to redden at home quite well as at the restaurant.The Petty Troubles of Married Life, Complete | Honore de Balzac
Then Betsy would redden and toss her head, for, like most girls in their early teens, she wished to be thought older than she was.Napoleon's Young Neighbor | Helen Leah Reed
Who indeed shall ever account for all the forces that have gone to redden its cheeks and sweeten its juices?Robert Annys: Poor Priest | Annie Nathan Meyer
British Dictionary definitions for redden
to make or become red
(intr) to flush with embarrassment, anger, etc; blush
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