incarnadine


1in·car·na·dine

adjective \in-ˈkär-nə-ˌdīn, -ˌdēn, -dən\

Definition of INCARNADINE

1
:  having the pinkish color of flesh
2
:  red; especially :  bloodred

Origin of INCARNADINE

Middle French incarnadin, from Old Italian incarnadino, from incarnato flesh-colored, from Late Latin incarnatus
First Known Use: 1591

2incarnadine

transitive verb
incarnadinedincarnadin·ing

Definition of INCARNADINE

:  to make incarnadine :  redden

First Known Use of INCARNADINE

1605

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