Definition of blusher in English:

blusher

Line breaks: blush¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈblʌʃə
 
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noun

1 [mass noun] chiefly British A cosmetic of a powder or cream consistency used to give a warm colour to the cheeks.
More example sentences
  • He recommends a wax or cream formulation for eye pencil, lipstick and cream blusher on the beach.
  • I just knew the five most basic things - compact powder, eye shadow, blusher, eyeliner and lipstick.
  • ‘When I do a competition I wear foundation, blusher, lipstick and mascara,’ she said.
2A toadstool with a buff cap bearing fluffy white spots and with white flesh that turns pink when bruised or cut, found in woodland in Eurasia and North America.
  • Amanita rubescens, family Amanitaceae, class Hymenomycetes
More example sentences
  • The main edible species of the genus are the blusher, grisette, and orange.
  • Know your blusher from your stinkhorn and a tasty dinner from certain death!
  • All the same you should get expert identification before sampling them - one of the only two deadly toadstools in this country looks almost identical to the 'Blusher', which is a delicious edible variety.

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