- s having a red face from embarrassment or shame or agitation or emotional upset
her blushful beau
- s of blush color
- His reddest Indian, his most blushful sunset, his glaringest desert appear before the eye, often with a marked degree of credibility.
- You then see blushful Sarah Millick, betrothed to a ninny of the '80s but trembling beneath her bustle for her Viennese singing master.
- To Webb's oenology students, wine is not the "blushful Hippocrene" extolled by Keats but a complicated blend of ethyl alcohol, polyphenols and a hundred other compounds that must .