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damask sb.: the colour of the “ rose” (Wint. IV. iii. [iv.] 222), = (1) blush-red colour Cor. II. i. 235 “the war of white and in Their . . . cheeks” ; (2) striped red and white AYL. III. v. 123 “mingled ” ;—adj. of such colour (in both applications) LLL. V. ii. 297 “their sweet commixture,” Tw.N. II. iv. 114 “her cheek,” Pilgr. vii. 5 [89] “A lily pale, with dye to grace her.”
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