We have no meanings for "warm crimson" in our records yet.
Pete said, indicating the warm crimson stream that flowed freely over Jack's palm.
The sun was dropping, its last rays tinting the world a warm crimson.
Then Barbara observed Mildred flush a beautiful, warm crimson, and stammer something in response.
She licked her red lips with a warm crimson tongue.
Proceeding to the window, one of those opening to the ground, he threw aside the half of the warm crimson curtain.
The claret is good; and if our blood reddens a little with its warm crimson, we are none the less kind for it.
She was dressed in a loose gown of a warm crimson colour, and she had the air of one awaiting his arrival expectantly.
As the reader came back to her former seat, with the pink on her cheek deepened into warm crimson, the new comer greeted her with-
Deng was above me, behind him not the warm crimsons and ochres of my mother's home, but only the burnt black of the moonless sky.
"How odd that you should not know your own aunt," said Hetty, a warm crimson rising in her cheeks, and her eyes kindling.
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