- Last week a suppressed flair for a style more incarnadine and virile apparently overcame him.
- Just inside the entrance, the incarnadine exclamation of a Poiret dress laps a female figure like ripples on a lakeshore.
- Then in deep, funereal tones, quoting from his own book, he continues: "There he lies Ensanguinated tyrant O bloody, bloody tyrant See How the sin within Doth incarnadine .
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- Poetry volume has a touch of the divine
Incarnadineis an adjective that means "having the pinkish color of flesh," and Oregon poet Mary Szybist explores the many shades of the word in this slim volume, her second book of poetry.
July 19, 2013 - Post-Bulletin