Recent Examples of reddish from the Web
When Charlie was just a few months old, Crenshaw highlighted the reddish, benign tumor covering her daughter’s right cheek on her blog, Typical Katie.
As Pultarova reports, on comets and other icy objects, evaporation of surface ice over time eventually leaves reddish, pinkish crust of dry carbon compounds.
Over eons, this interstellar radiation can spark the formation of reddish, carbon-rich crusts on the surfaces of comets and asteroids.
Even fewer are a weird, dusty reddish-purplish color — pinot grigio is one of those.
Jenna sat by her expandable makeup dolly and cried, the line of her scalp showing through the middle part in her reddish hair.
Every year, the coats of these small mammals change with the seasons – snow-white in winter, reddish-brown in summer – to help conceal them from predators.
The bird has blue-gray feathers on the back and upper wings, with a rusty, reddish breast peppered with white bars.
So did reddish egrets (Egretta rufescens) near Sanibel Island in Florida.
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