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Damask, adj. 1) of a mingled red and white: “their d. sweet commixture show,” LLL V, 2, 296. “her d. cheek,” Tw. II, 4, 115. -- 2) pale red: “a lily pale, with d. dye to grace her,” Pilgr. 89. -- 3) of Damascus: “gloves as sweet as d. roses,” Wint. IV, 4, 222.
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