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red-faced

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Definition of red-faced in English:

adjective

Having a red face, especially as a result of embarrassment or shame: Steve was left red-faced when a fan tried to rip his trousers off
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  • That was Thomas, I realised, looking over the plump, red-faced infant spread out uncomfortably all over my chair.
  • As many as 4,000 of the 100,000 calls made each year are from red-faced motorists who left the keys in their cars.
  • Each time he'd forget the sequence and need to be reminded; each time it left him red-faced and tired.

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