Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Definitions for cerise
- moderate to deep red.
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Citations for cerise
That it did not strike her, Molly Notkin, as improbable that the special limited-edition turkey-shaped gift bottle of Wild Turkey Blended Whiskey-brand distilled sprits with the cerise velveteen gift-ribbon around its neck with the bow tucked under its wattles on the kitchen counter...
It was made of a purple satin sheath with layers of cerise tarleton underskirts.
Origin of cerise
Cerise comes from the French word of the same spelling meaning "cherry." It entered English in the 1850s describing a shade of cherry red.