- the quality or state of being red.
Origin of redness
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Examples from the Web for redness
The third gizmo is the Laser Genesis, which treats fine lines, redness, and uneven skin texture.The $1,250 Facial
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The redness of the sky gave way to blue, and all grew clear and beautiful.Opera Stories from Wagner
He may be known from the other varieties by the redness of his gills.
He took notice of the serious humour he found me in, and of the redness of my eyes.Clarissa, Volume 3 (of 9)
The deepening of the cloud is essentially necessary to the redness of the orb.The Storm-Cloud of the Nineteenth Century
Rollo could see the redness of the heat in the holes and crevices.Rollo in Naples
Word Origin and History for redness
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