English version

crimson in Colours topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcrimsoncrim‧son1 /ˈkrΙͺmzΙ™n/ adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 CCdeep red in colour πŸ”Š The leaves turn crimson in autumn. πŸ”Š a crimson dress2 if you go crimson, your face becomes red because you are very angry or embarrassedgo/turn/flush/blush crimson πŸ”Š The boy blushed crimson.crimson with πŸ”Š Her face was crimson with embarrassment. β€”crimson noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
crimsonβ€’ A 30s Venus with a tiny, Cupid's bow mouth, lipsticked crimson.β€’ They came out at last and Haile Selassie went forward under a crimson canopy to show himself to his people.β€’ It watched her, unwinking, until she reached the room behind the shop and shut the door on its crimson gaze.β€’ And you must notice in this new first smoker the seats and backs are fitted with embossed crimson leather.β€’ He picked up the flower and held it to the light, a cluster of faded crimson petals with attenuated stalks.β€’ Both sides fought with abandon, crimson water swirling round their knees.go/turn/flush/blush crimsonβ€’ My medlar will be planted where I can see its pure white blossom in spring and watch its autumn leaves turn crimson.β€’ Joy went crimson and tears sprang into her eyes.