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Correct spelling:
red
Definition:
Restricted EDitor

What does the acronym red stand for?

RED abbreviation definitions:
–  Reporting Exposure Draft
–  Red 5 Ltd

Synonyms:

adjective
hot
smoking, pyretic, recalescent, ovenlike, sizzling, sweltry, decalescent, Searing, roasting, calescent, igneous, feverous, scalding, like an oven, Thermogenic.
red
damask, cherry, cinnabar, crimson, magenta, flushed, brick, scarlet, carmine, ruby, ruddy, poppy, blushing, pink, wine-colored, madder, copper, puce, carnation, maroon, cerise, vermilion.
rubicund
Rubescent.
noun
attribute
redness, red.
blusher
rouge.
color of blood; shade resembling such a color
flushed, burgundy, infrared, claret, maroon, cerise, coral, flaming, dahlia, roseate, rose, sanguine, blush, salmon, blooming, carmine, Rufescent, cardinal, geranium, wine, florid, glowing, rust, russet, bittersweet, crimson, rosy, chestnut, scarlet, garnet, fuchsia, titian, bloodshot, rubicund, brick, inflamed, healthy, ruby, pink, puce, vermilion, copper, ruddy, cherry, magenta.
colors
aquamarine, bronze, blackness, aqua, biscuit, buff, apricot, brown.
communist
Socialists, Stalinists, Bolsheviki, commies, apparatchik, Bolsheviks, com-symp, trotskyites, Bolshevists, party members, Leninists, pinko.
red
coloured, bloody, in color, cherry, redness, bolshie, cherry red, colored, colorful, bolshevik, red river, marxist, cerise, ruby, red-faced, chromatic, aflame, reddened, scarlet, reddish, ruby-red, crimson, flushed, ruddy, violent, carmine, blood-red, pinko.
rouge
reddener, cosmetics.
Examples of usage:
  1. You've come to stay, ain't you, Red? – The Short Cut by Jackson Gregory
  2. This good red blood is what makes you strong; you must eat plenty of good food and play out in the open air with the other boys. – Keep-Well Stories for Little Folks by May Farinholt-Jones
  3. That will make it another kind of red- letter day- S for S'prise. – The Goody-Naughty Book by Sarah Cory Rippey
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