Definition of redness
: the quality or state of being red or red-hot
Recent Examples of redness from the Web
The victims all had minor swelling and redness in the areas where they were hit.
The doctors also reported bruising under both of the boy’s eyes, redness and bruising in both ears, and scratches on his legs and stomach.
People with excessive ear wax or the chronic skin condition eczema, which causes itching and redness, are also more likely to develop swimmer's ear, according to the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery.
Swirl the four colors (yellow, blue, green, and pink) with a fluffy brush to neutralize redness and brighten skin.
An allergic reaction could result in soreness, itching, redness, and blistering.
But thankfully, my redness has never quite peaked at the level of poor Julie Nisbet, a marathon runner from the UK.
Yellow jackets and bees: Common symptoms of yellow jacket or bee stings are pain, redness, swelling, and itching.
The girl, Kalamaras confirms, had strangulation marks on her neck as well as redness on her face as a result of the attack, which occurred the previous evening. •
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First Known Use of redness
before 12th century
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