n.) the color of blood
I like red roses.
He wore red pants.
I bought a red tie.
The signal was red.
Her cheeks were red.
Her face turned red.
She wore a red dress.
The light turned red.
A red rose means love.
Don’t write in red ink.
He turned red with shame.
She painted the wall red.
The leaves are turning red.
The roof of my house is red.
He has red spots all over his body.
The signal turned from red to green.
He burned his tongue with red pepper.
Pink is a combination of red and white.
Grapes are usually either green or red.
People who drop litter make me see red.
She was dressed from head to toe in red.
The leaves turned red as the days passed.
I see red whenever I hear that man’s name.
My essay was covered in corrections in red ink.
She put a red ribbon on her umbrella as a mark.
Symptoms include red, itchy and inflamed skin.
Haemoglobin is the red pigment found in blood.
Cities are designated on this map as red dots.
Please give me two more of the red carnations.
Her hair had been dyed a garish shade of red.
After only a short exposure to sunlight he began to turn red.
He had a white satin shirt, too, and a long red velvet coat.
She dressed up as a clown with a white face and red nose.
At sunset, there was a bar of red across the western sky.