a city in N California.
verb (used with object), redd or redded, redding. Northern and Midland U.S.
to put in order; tidy:
to redd a room for company.
to redd the way.
verb (used with object), red, redding.
Otis. 1941–67, US soul singer and songwriter. His recordings include “Respect” (1965), Dictionary of Soul (1966), and “(Sittin’ on) The Dock of the Bay” (1968)
any of a group of colours, such as that of a ripe tomato or fresh blood, that lie at one end of the visible spectrum, next to orange, and are perceived by the eye when light in the approximate wavelength range 740–620 nanometres falls on the retina. Red is the complementary colour of cyan and forms a set of primary colours with blue and green related adjectives rubicund ruddy
a pigment or dye of or producing these colours
red cloth or clothing: dressed in red
a red ball in snooker, billiards, etc
(in roulette and other gambling games) one of two colours on which players may place even bets, the other being black
(archery) Also called inner. a red ring on a target, between the blue and the gold, scoring seven points
(informal) in the red, in debit; owing money
(informal) see red, to become very angry
adjective redder, reddest
of the colour red
reddish in colour or having parts or marks that are reddish: red hair, red deer
having the face temporarily suffused with blood, being a sign of anger, shame, etc
(of the complexion) rosy; florid
(of the eyes) bloodshot
(of the hands) stained with blood, as after committing murder
bloody or violent: red revolution
(of wine) made from black grapes and coloured by their skins
denoting the highest degree of urgency in an emergency; used by the police and the army and informally (esp in the phrase red alert)
(US) relating to, supporting, or representing the Republican Party Compare blue (sense 24)
verb reds, redding, redded
another word for redden
verb reds, redding, red, redded
(transitive) a variant spelling of redd1
Communist, Socialist, or Soviet
radical, leftist, or revolutionary
a member or supporter of a Communist or Socialist Party or a national of a state having such a government, esp the former Soviet Union
a radical, leftist, or revolutionary
verb redds, redding, redd, redded
(transitive) often foll by up. to bring order to; tidy (up)
the act or an instance of redding
a hollow in sand or gravel on a river bed, scooped out as a spawning place by salmon, trout, or other fish
adjective 1. somewhat red; tending to red; tinged with red. adjective 1. somewhat red
noun 1. a town in W central England, in N Worcestershire: designated a new town in the mid-1960s; metal-working industries. Pop: 74 803 (2001)
noun, verb (used with object), reddled, reddling. 1. ruddle. noun, verb 1. a variant spelling of ruddle
noun, plural reddlemen. 1. ruddleman.