orange-red

ADJECTIVE
  1. of red tinged with orange
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How To Use orange-red In A Sentence

  • A little bird about the size of a robin, which looked like a robin, and in fact was a robin, except that whereas our familiar friend has an orange-red breast, this small gentleman was equipped with a beautiful blue bib and gorget.
  • Jerdon's description is "entire head iron-grey; orbits and base of ears deep orange fulvous; whole body above, with parachute and tail, a mixture of blackish and golden yellow; limbs deep orange ochreous; margin of parachute albescent; beneath the neck whitish; rest of the lower parts pale orange-red; tip of tail black; ears nearly nude; tail sub-distichous. Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon
  • For millennia, the vivid orange-red pigment called vermillion has decorated pottery and preserved royal bones.
  • The remaining mesodermal tissue is then consistently shown in the same orange-red ignoring the overlap with the ectodermal derivatives noted above, but only until we get out to the extraembryonic mesoderm, which shows up in yet another, lighter shade of orange. Evolution of median fins - The Panda's Thumb
  • The plant's foliage withers back during the summer while pretty, orange-red berries appear in the fall.
  • Another tetrameric stony coral (Lobophyllia hemprichii) fluorescent protein variant, termed EosFP (see Table 2), emits bright green fluorescence that changes to orange-red when illuminated with ultraviolet light at approximately 390 nanometers. Archive 2005-10-01
  • We watched the horizon intently, trying to guess where the sun would emerge. Suddenly, Bill pointed to one small area of brilliant orange-red.
  • In southern Yunnan province the river is a rich orange-red as it runs through the surrounding laterite hills.
  • Thorax: the posterior margin of the prothorax rounded; the mesothorax with a longitudinal fuscous stripe on each side, widest anteriorly; the metathorax truncate; above, transversely striate; the tibiæ and tarsi spinose; wings dark fuscous, with a pale semitransparent macula at the base of the second discoidal cell and a dark fuscous macula beyond; the insect entirely covered with a fine orange-red downy pile. Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society - Vol. 3 Zoology
  • The Jaffe reaction employs the use of an alkaline picrate solution that reacts with creatinine to form a bright orange-red complex.
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