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Origin of reddish
OTHER WORDS FROM reddishred·dish·ness, noun
Words nearby reddish
Example sentences from the Web for reddish
Instead, they are blobs of reddish stars without any particular structure.
Her finely penciled lips are a coppery brown, playing off her salmon-colored suit and her reddish hair.Shirley MacLaine on ‘Bernie,’ ‘Downton Abbey,’ and Her Lifetime Achievments|Lorenza Muñoz|April 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Pedestrians dodge streams of reddish liquid in the streets, said to be pollution from tanneries.
The magician became silent, the incense was condensed and assumed a reddish tint which gradually became more and more diffused.The Magic of the Middle Ages|Viktor Rydberg
Fronteras is the other side of the water—that streak of olive green with reddish shadow.The Treasure of Pearls|Gustave Aimard
They were loose, and disseminated upon the road, in a reddish kind of earth.Travels in North America, From Modern Writers|William Bingley
Far and wide the sea of verdure rolls around us, broken only by ridges of grayish rock and scarped cliffs of reddish basalt.Out-of-Doors in the Holy Land|Henry Van Dyke
It is one single shaft of reddish granite (Sienite), and hieroglyphical characters are rudely sculptured upon it.