vermilion

[adj] - of a vivid red to reddish-orange color 2. [v] - color vermilion
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Vermilion

red.
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Vermilion

Ver·mil'ion noun [ French vermillon . See Vermeil .] 1. (Chemistry) A bright red pigment consisting of mercuric sulphide, obtained either from the mineral cinnabar or artificially. It has a fine red color, and is much used in coloring sealing wax, in printing, etc. » ...
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Vermilion

Ver·mil'ion transitive verb To color with vermilion, or as if with vermilion; to dye red; to cover with a delicate red.
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vermilion

1. <chemistry> A bright red pigment consisting of mercuric sulphide, obtained either from the mineral cinnabar or artificially. It has a fine red colour, and is much used in colouring sealing wax, in printing, etc. ... The kermes insect has long been used for dyeing red or scarlet. It was formerly known as the worm dye, vermiculus, or vermicu...
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vermilion

vermillion adjective of a vivid red to reddish-orange color
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Vermilion

• (n.) A bright red pigment consisting of mercuric sulphide, obtained either from the mineral cinnabar or artificially. It has a fine red color, and is much used in coloring sealing wax, in printing, etc. • (n.) Hence, a red color like the pigment; a lively and brilliant red; as, cheeks of vermilion. • (v. t.) To color with vermilion...
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Vermilion

[provincial electoral district] Vermilion is a former provincial electoral district in Alberta which existed from 1905 to 1921. ==Election results== ===1905 general election=== ==Plebiscite results== ===1957 liquor plebiscite=== On October 30, 1957 a stand alone plebiscite was held province wide in all 50 of the then current provincial elec...
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vermilion

vermilion, vivid red pigment of durable quality. It is a chemical compound of mercury and sulfur and is known as red sulfide of mercury; it was formerly obtained by grinding pure cinnabar but is now commonly prepared synthetically. Vermilion is a good pigment for protecting iron and steel and is the...
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Vermilion

Vermilion is a variety of mercuric sulphide. Vermillion was originally obtained from cinnabar, but was later prepared artificially either by subliming the black sulphide obtained on heating sulphur with mercury or by a wet process. Vermilion is a brilliant scarlet, very heavy solid which when finely ground makes a beautiful and permanent pigment.
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vermilion

Type: Term Pronunciation: ver-mil′yŏn Definitions: 1. A red pigment made from cinnabar or red mercuric sulfide. Synonyms: vermillion
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Vermilion

[song] ==Vermilion Pt. 2== `Vermilion Pt. 2` is the continuation of the story told in Part 1. It features two acoustic guitars, a cello, a piano and singer Corey Taylor`s baritone-stylized vocals. The melody and the overriding theme run through both versions, making them integral pieces to each other. It has been performed live on the Slipk...
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Vermilion

[disambiguation] Vermilion (also spelled vermillion) is a red pigment and color. It may also refer to the following: ==Locations== ==Entertainment== ==Businesses and institutions== ==Other== ...
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Vermilion

Vermilion is a brilliant red or scarlet pigment originally made from the powdered mineral cinnabar, and is also the name of the resulting color. It was widely used in the art and decoration of Ancient Rome, in the illuminated manuscripts of the Middle Ages, in the paintings of the Renaissance, and in the art and lacquerware of China, where it is o...
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VERMILION

red.
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vermilion

bright red
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