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Things crimson often describes (“crimson ________”)
velvet, flowers, silk, cloth, clover, light, colour, glow, satin, color, damask, curtains, hue, stain, blood, roses, face, flush, sky, lake, robe, lips, leaves, sash, spots, carpet, clouds, tide, cloak, flower, red, curtain, robes, blossoms, cheeks, flame, blush, spot, fire, gown, dress, berries, ribbon, morocco, flood, sun, dye, cushion, mantle, stream, thread, cap, cloud, scarf, sunset, stains, glory, petals, cushions, fruit, hangings, banner, tint, purple, eyes, drops, drapery, flag, banners, coat, gold, rays, dawn, canopy, cheek, ground, brocade, orange, plush, flames, cord, eye, crest, streaks, mouth, joy, blue, chair, stripes, tunic, jacket, pool, scarlet, streak, glare, patch, blooms

Descriptive words:
little, deep, dark, daily, flash, full, more, yellow, rusty, brown, pure, damned, large, greenish


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See crimson used in context: 12 rhymes, 11 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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