Definition of Rouged

1. Adjective. Marked by the use of various kinds of red makeup. "Rouged cheeks"

Similar to: Painted



Definition of Rouged

1. Verb. (past of rouge) ¹

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Definition of Rouged

1. rouge [v] - See also: rouge

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rouged

roubles
rouche
rouches
roucou
roucous
roue
rouen
rouens
roues
rouet
rouets
rouge
rouge et noir
rouge plant
rougeberry
rouged (current term)
rouges
rough
rough-and-ready
rough-and-tumble
rough-and-tumbled
rough-and-tumbles
rough-and-tumbling
rough-cut
rough-dry
rough-footed
rough-grained
rough-hew
rough-hewn
rough-house

Literary usage of Rouged

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1. Excursions in Denmark, Norway and Sweden: Including Notices of the Public by Robert Bremner (1840)
"Knights—rouged Gentlemen—Character of the Swedes as Legislators contrasted with that of the Norwegians—The Constitution of Sweden—The States—The ..."

2. The life and adventures of Valentine Vox, the ventriloquist by Henry Cockton (1854)
"cried the highly-rouged gentleman ; but he had no sooner got to the ... exclaimed the highly-rouged gentleman, with an aspect of horror. "Don't be alarmed, ..."

3. Aggregation and Flow of Solids: Being the Records of an Experimental Study by George Thomas Beilby (1921)
"In polishing the furrowed surface of antimony across rouged leather by hand, there is a perfectly definite feeling of " grip " as the surface of the metal ..."

4. Engineering Chemistry: A Practical Treatise for the Use of Analytical by H. Joshua Phillips (1902)
"It is therefore advisable to polish with the finest emery paper, No. oooo, and to finish on rouged leather. This treatment will leave a very rough surface, ..."

5. The Habits of Good Society: A Handbook for Ladies and Gentlemen (1869)
"The celebrated Mrs. Fitzherbert v/as rouged to the very eyes; those beautiful ... Whilst the rouged ladies might have sung or said, " We arc blushing roses, ..."

6. The Habits of Good Society: A Handbook for Ladies and Gentlemen (1865)
"The celebrated Mrs. Fitzherbert was rouged to the very eyes; those beautiful ... Whilst the rouged ladies might have sung or said, " We are blushing roses, ..."

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