adjective, rud·di·er, rud·di·est.
- ruddy duck,
- ruddy turnstone,
- rude awakening,
- rude, françois
Origin of ruddy
Examples from the Web for ruddier
The shoulders, neck, and flanks are of a ruddier hue than the back, and a ruddy band crosses the loins.Animal Life of the British Isles|Edward Step
These corresponded well with a well-rounded figure, a rosy complexion, and full pouting lips, that were "ruddier than the cherry."
Mr. Marvel's face assumed a greyish tint between the ruddier patches.The Invisible Man|H. G. Wells
These assumed a ruddier tint, and you could see the delicate purple gems softening the cold grey of the bark.A Love Episode|Emile Zola
Prouder man, and heartier and ruddier, could not be seen, she thought.Lord Ormont and his Aminta, Complete|George Meredith