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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Definitions for cerise

  1. moderate to deep red.

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Citations for cerise
That it did not strike her, Molly Notkin, as improbable that the special limited-edition turkey-shaped gift bottle of Wild Turkey Blended Whiskey-brand distilled sprits with the cerise velveteen gift-ribbon around its neck with the bow tucked under its wattles on the kitchen counter... David Foster Wallace, Infinite Jest
It was made of a purple satin sheath with layers of cerise tarleton underskirts. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
Origin of cerise
Cerise comes from the French word of the same spelling meaning "cherry." It entered English in the 1850s describing a shade of cherry red.
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