Sentence for ruddy | Use ruddy in a sentence

Ruddy example sentence. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use ruddy in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for ruddy.

  • Let the cock crow and ruddy morn His handmaiden appear! (10)
  • He has a ruddy, thin moustache, and dark, quick-moving little eyes. (8)
  • O sharp worked his ruddy wrinkles, as if to the breath of the fray They moved! (10)
  • Now Captain Con was by nature ruddy as an Indian summer flushed in all its leaves. (10)
  • He surveyed his England with a ruddy countenance, and saw the country in the reflection. (10)
  • The colour of a sandpit was given him by hair and whiskers of yellow-red on a ruddy face. (10)
  • The ruddy Northman told some tales of his own prowess in keeping order: notably one of a Marquis. (2)
  • The round brown eyes and the ruddy varnish on his cheeks were a mask upon grief, if not also upon joy. (10)
  • The round brown eyes and the ruddy varnish on his cheeks were a mask upon grief, if not also upon joy. (22)
  • The figure of a thick-set man, with the ruddy brown face of robust health, was seen in the back drawing-room. (8)
  • But out of the window the dawn was growing ruddy in a long belt over the hill-tops, and day was about to flood the plateau. (2)
  • The moon was shining down the Cathedral square and street, and Farina saw the stranger standing solid and ruddy before him. (10)
  • She marries a ruddy monsieur of a name that I forget, and of the bearing of a member of the gardes du corps, without the stature. (10)
  • The strong old Eastern blood put ruddy flame for the red colour; tawny olive edged from the red; rare vivid yellow, all but amber. (10)
  • The speaker was an old baronet, with small eyes, a dusky, ruddy face, and peculiar hail-fellow-well-met expression, at once morose and sly. (8)
  • It fell upon their faces, touching their whiteness with a ruddy tinge, accentuating the stains with which so many of them were freaked and maculated. (1)

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Definition of ruddy:

  • ruddy, rud’i (_comp. rudd’ier, superl. rudd’iest), adj. red: of the colour of the skin in high health: rosy, glowing, bright. | v.t. to make red. | adv. rudd’ily. | ns. rudd’iness; rudd’y-div’er, -duck, an american duck with wedge-shaped tail; rudd’y-rudd’er, the long-eared sun-fish. (0)

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