The shoulders, neck, and flanks are of a ruddier hue than the back, and a ruddy band crosses the loins.
His face was ruddier, his eyes had more sparkle, his smile was easier.
Torriano used to be and staid there a while with Mr. Ashwell, Spicer and ruddier.
It is growing darker, and the flashes from our guns take a ruddier tinge.
No ruddier stain crimsoned the tide; no figure rested on the naked rock; no hand clung to the motionless tree.
She appealed to Miss Taylor's ruddier and daintier vision but dimly and distantly as some memory of the past.
Look at him: his cheek is ruddier and browner than any of us.
And still went up that column of smoke, and thicker and blacker it grew a-top, and ruddier amidmost.
Prouder man, and heartier and ruddier, could not be seen, she thought.
A small shaded lamp throws its subdued light upon the room, blending with the ruddier hue cast by the fire.