Recent Examples of reddish from the Web
Then, Patricia Nikole mixed up a custom color formula with golden blonde and reddish copper dyes from Oligo Professionnel.
The rest of the spider's body is a bright reddish color, almost resembling an ant.
Southeast Asia appears as the reddish area (due to vegetation) near the top; Antarctica is the bright blob at bottom-left.
Its reddish tinge is typical of objects with a lot of organic chemicals on their surface.
The tiny, reddish world, dubbed 2014 MU69, stretches just a dozen miles or so, a red potato about the size of Manhattan.
The other bore tooth-like protuberances, called ossicles, above speckled reddish black skin.
Miscanthus sinensis 'Morning Light' Maiden Grass: Creamy white and green variegated foliage topped by reddish effervescences.
New type called ‘ruby’ for its reddish color, berry flavor Barry Callebaut says tests signal promising Chinese demand A breakthrough by a Swiss chocolate maker expands the industry’s hues beyond just dark, milk and white.
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