What does incarnadine mean?

incarnadine in AZ Dictionary

(a) Of a fleshy red shade.
(a) Blood-red.
(a) associated with the blood-red colour of raw flesh.
(v) to help make incarnadine, particularly to redden.
(v) To color red or crimson.
(n) The blood-red colour of raw flesh.
(n) Red as a whole
(n) A color ranging from flesh-color to blood-red.
(v) resulting in is the blood-red colour of natural flesh.
(v) resulting in to be purple or crimson.
(v) make flesh-colored
Of a carnation-color; pale-red.
To color red or carnation; tinge utilizing the colour of skin.

incarnadine in Community Dictionary

A rather cool term which means that to dye something blood-red and for it to turn red (in the case of Macbeth)...However, before Macbeth it initially required a pale pink color (actually, it designed skin coloured, but 'tis close adequate) and 'twas utilized as an adjective. In Macbeth its used as a verb, in reality, it is the first time for this to be utilized in this manner. by JamilaReport definition

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  • Sentence for "incarnadine"
  • Synonym for "incarnadine"
    • flesh-colored
  • Verb Forms for "incarnadine"
    • incarnadined, incarnadines, incarnadining
  • Hypernym for "incarnadine"
    • colour, colourize, colorise, color, color in
  • Same Context for "incarnadine"
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