[ UK /səɹˈiːz/ ]
[ US /sɝˈis/ ]
[ US /sɝˈis/ ]
- a red the color of ripe cherries
- of a color at the end of the color spectrum (next to orange); resembling the color of blood or cherries or tomatoes or rubies
How To Use cerise In A Sentence
- A lot of that has gone now, and hydrangeas come in all sorts of colours and not a few different designs, covering the whole spectrum from a dark navy-blue right through to pure white, on to pink and out the other side in a deep cerise.
- The camellia family displays pinks in all their many shades, from coral to dark cerise.
- Prettily and sexily costumed by Ms. Kurtzman in brief baby-doll tunics in a range of cerise and gray hues sparingly appliquéd with tiny roses and paired with pearlescent trunks, Mr. Morris's octet of women form a gamboling sisterhood—think classical nymphs rendered by Isadora Duncan. Where Dancers and Patrons Meet for a Duet
- We were driving around Speyside the other day looking for bonny purple heather and found that the hillsides were blanketed with the dull cerise of willow-herb.
- There was a fabulous show of colour with pink, fuchsia, cerise and many shades of green standing out.
- Everyone has a different idea of what is meant by colours such as apricot, cherry, peach, cerise or carmine.
- Oh -- Cerise at the ceramics place is looking for a packer. GOING OUT
- Even the fabric used is the traditional mercerised cotton.
- Their cherry beer will premier at the vernissage for Geneviève Oligny's cherry-praising lantern series Queues de la cerise.
- I wish I had bought three yards more of that cerise ninon. The Imaginary Marriage