Definition of reddish
: tinged with red
Recent Examples of reddish from the Web
Himba, otjize – Women of the semi-nomadic Himba tribe in northern Namibia are famous for their reddish hair and complexion.
As part of the restoration, the paint was stripped away to the original coat of reddish ceramic paint that was baked on when the sign was first made, Rhea said.
The Buck Moth caterpillar has a reddish head and small white spots and spiny barbed structures protruding from each segment of its body.
For Cassie's remembrance tree, Sanchez chose an autumn blaze maple that bursts forth with a deep reddish purple color each year because purple was her favorite color.
What the trailer doesn’t show is the reddish black blood oozing out from the dead guy’s head onto the white tile floor.
The acai berry is an inch-long, reddish-purple fruit.
Young foliage often is shiny or oily-looking with a reddish tint.
Those finches with the red bibs and reddish wash over the head along with a bright rose-red rump are house finches.
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First Known Use of reddish
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Definition of reddish for English Language Learners
: somewhat red
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Definition of reddish for Students
: somewhat red
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