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1. Cosham (Aunt Millicent) in particular, had that look of heightened, smoothed, Incarnadined existence which is proper to elderly ladies paying calls in London about five o'clock in the afternoon.
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4. Incarnadined definitions Simple past tense and past participle of incarnadine.
5. Incarnadined How many syllables? 4 Syllables How it's divided? in-car-na-dined
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6. The blood alone that has Incarnadined all lands is worth vastly more than the dead soil into which it has been poured
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7. The sun shone again through the tall window, blood-red as before; grass and sky were as richly Incarnadined
8. The clouds were Incarnadined by the sunset to the colour of blood
9. A romantic obscurity would have hung over the expedition to Egypt, and he would have escaped the perpetration of those crimes which have Incarnadined his soul with a deeper dye than that of the purple for which he committed them
10. Incarnadined (archaic, literary) simple past tense and past participle of incarnadine
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12. The word Incarnadined uses 12 letters: a, a, c, d, d, e, i, i, n, n, n, r
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14. Incarnadined Hands reminds me of Destruction from Germany fast heavy with deep gruff vocals
15. Incarnadined Hands Lyrics (In which pangs of conscience at last pierce the veil of our heroes' occluded consciences, long since numbed by their morbid professions) “But woe to …
16. Blood-soaked, rather, for its original white was as Incarnadined as the hypothetical seas
17. THE MARK OF CAIN CAROLYN WELLS It overspread his high, bald, intellectual forehead, and Incarnadined his sconce up to the very top of it
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18. Inflections of 'incarnadine' (v): (⇒ conjugate) incarnadines v 3rd person singular incarnadining v pres p verb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing." Incarnadined
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21. The dew that used to wet thee, And, white first, grow Incarnadined, because It lay upon thee where the crimson was,--- If dropping now,---would darken where it met thee
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22. The monster spouts forth streams—Incarnadined with blood— that spray upon the hero's wings; who drenched, and heavy with the spume, no longer dares to trust existence to his dripping wings; but he discerns a rock, which rises clear above the water when the …
23. Incarnadined Hands by Exhumed, released 13 October 2017 (In which pangs of conscience at last pierce the veil of our heroes' occluded consciences, long since numbed by their morbid professions) “But woe to the riches and skill thus obtained, Woe to the wretch that would injure the dead And woe go his portion whose fingers are stained With the red drops of life that he cruelly shed
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24. Incarnadined: Dạng chỉ ngôi số ít nhiều ngôi thứ nhất thứ hai thứ ba thứ nhất thứ hai thứ ba Lối trình bày I you/thou¹ he/she/it/one we you/ye¹ they Hiện tại incarnadine: incarnadine hoặc incarnadinest¹ incarnadines hoặc incarnadineth¹ incarnadine: incarnadine: incarnadine: Quá khứ Incarnadined
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25. Incarnadined Hands: 3:23: Death Revenge: 3:25: Credits (14) Ross Sewage Bass Guitar, Narrator
26. Beyond her, it smote upon and Incarnadined the shining, white, grassless faces of the sand dunes.
27. The sun shone again through the tall window, blood-red as before; grass and sky were as richly Incarnadined.Hornung, E
1. Of a fleshy pink color. 2. Blood-red. To make incarnadine, especially to redden. [French incarnadin, from Italian incarnadino, variant of incarnatino, diminutive of incarnato : in-, in (from Latin; see in-2) + carne, flesh (from Latin carō, carn-; see incarnate ).] American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition.
From French incarnadine, Italian incarnadino, a variant of incarnadito (“flesh color”), from incarnato (“incarnate”), from Latin incarnari (“be made flesh”), from in + carō (“flesh”). Pronunciation. Adjective. Of the blood-red colour of raw flesh.
Example Sentences Learn More about incarnadine Did You Know? Carn- is the Latin root for "flesh," and "incarnates" is Latin for flesh-colored. English speakers picked up the "pinkish" sense of "incarnadine" back in the late 1500s.
English speakers picked up the "pinkish" sense of "incarnadine" back in the late 1500s. Since then, the adjective has come to refer to the dark red color of freshly cut, fleshy meat as well as to the pinkish color of the outer skin of some humans.