English version

flushed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflushedflushed /flʌʃt/ adjective  1 EMBARRASSEDEXCITEDred in the face He looked hot and rather flushed. Her cheeks were flushed, her expression angry.flushed with He leaned forward, his face flushed with anger.2 flushed with success/excitement/pleasure etc
Examples from the Corpus
flushedNona was feverish and flushed.Her cheeks were flushed and her eyes sparkled, while the deep rose pink of the bodice suited her to perfection.A flushed and jolly character raises his glass among friends and family - how real, how reliable is that evidence?With dark hair rumpled by the wind, flushed face and those brilliantly blue eyes, he looked very handsome.Soon Rainbow's cheeks are flushed, her eyes are sparkling.Her face was flushed, her mouth slightly open, her teeth lying in a glass on the night table.There on the settee, looking a little flushed, sat Rosemary.He lowered his head on to the table; the marble felt fresh in contact with his flushed skin.cheeks ... flushedHis breathing would become rapid and shallow, his cheeks flushed.Bryony's cheeks were flushed and her eyes bright and excited.Laura's cheeks flushed as she hunted in her handbag for her bunch of keys.His brown curls were tousled and his cheeks were still flushed from sleep.Soon Rainbow's cheeks are flushed, her eyes are sparkling.Her cheeks flushed now at the thought of doing the upstairs, even though Grondine said he never went up there anymore.Her cheeks are flushed the fluorescent melon orange that also glimmers on her lower lip.Her shoulders shook with laughter, her alabaster cheeks flushed with warmth.