So she was stuck, for a goodish bit of time, with a load of red-faced paunches who thought she was the spawn of hell.
The prince got winded and red-faced in a hurry when he got on a treadmill to promote an Everest climb by charity he supports.
red-faced now, the big guy pulled out a gun and stuck it in my stomach.
The athlete reportedly was “red-faced” and “embarrassed” and “mortified” about the incident.
Suddenly, the growling, demanding, red-faced Richard Daley seems almost mild-mannered by comparison.
Senator Markham, the bulky, red-faced Chairman greeted them.
The magnate, red-faced and angry, returned with him to the station.
Fenton tells me he has dreamed again of the red-faced man with the purple moustache.
Poor Rooney was so jolly and red-faced, but his skin is like chalk.
Walter saw again the red-faced ex-soldier who had boasted that he and his comrades were the pick of many countries.
Embarrassed; abashed; guilty-looking (1950s+)