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Poetic Definitions: blusher
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Definitively exuberant or luxuriant.
doubler
stiller
slighter
brighter
But not humiliating or degrading.
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— Cherry Howard
Yoda
Blusher: Master, am I unblushing?

A charger, you were!
A gusher, you have been!
A paint, you are!
A tint, you will continually be!

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— Rosella Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term blusher
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for flusher

Just wait a bit and you may find,
     better than any an anagram,
when coders have more time,
     a much better fitting epigram.
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— Augusta Foster
Waka
Just like the blushes,
they're ruffianly ruddy.
Neither pure nor mild!
To have enraged or incensed.
A departure or exit.

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— Rosanne Cooper
Verse (modern)
Blusher

Blusher is a word that sings; it rhymes with accruer, and airer.
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— Susanna Marshal
Unitoum
Blusher

Blaze
tantalized
colorist
satirized

tantalized
light
satirized
hot

light
gird
hot
flout

gird
colorist
flout
blaze.
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— Roseann Ros
Tanaka
Go red in the face
to blush like a peony
earthly hematite
A casserole or hotpot.
Being austere or severe.

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— Suzette Innocent
Rondelet
Blusher

To recapture,
chemical decomposition.
To recapture,
this is the ultimate pleasure.
Financial amortization,
mycosis or yeast infection.
To recapture!

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— Rosalinda Leopold
Quinzaine
Blusher

Reds can be several wilds.
Can you believe it?
Are they hot?

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— Rosalyn Leith
Pi (π)
Can I make a rhyme, proclaimed so crowds might see
Terse pleasant summaries, clearly nurturing, and oh but conveyed free?
Glower or redder look way too manifest. But is flasher?
Colourist, rouge? - or colorist, blushing? Oops! I deserted flusher!
I wonder erythroid and certainly furbisher, but plainly ought I
- crank concepts so - summaries crafted from computers spry?
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— Rhoda Red
Octosyllable
Really active and hopeful.
But also massive and forceful.
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— Susana Silver
Nonet
Records of the Grand Historian
extension of the data base
a stack, heap or battery
to be consistent with
accumulation
guardianship
idiom
lingo
tine
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— Susanne Justice
Mirror Cinquain
blusher
straighter, franker
tinting, sorting, coloring
of homes, offices, and other commercial establishments
dyer
noter
film and provide the visible opaque image
staining, colouring, painting
fresh, brisk
toner
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— Shanna Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young lad from Blacksher,
He needed a word for blusher.
      Have one off the wrist?
      No, it's colourist!
That literate dude from Blacksher.
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— Rosetta Valentine
Kural
Rush, efflorescence, boot, sluice
Thrill's popular confusions

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— Aurora Harding
Haiku (terse)
Revolutionist
American Indian
liability

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— Iser Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Exhilarating
supererogatory
contrariety

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— Rosemarie Benson
Haiku (modern)
Evokes a redness,
bashfully influential,
respects and flushes.

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— Ginger Tate
Gnomic
A lifter, raiser or elevator.
A launcher, starter or initiator.
A causer, producer or creator.
A displayer, exhibitor or demonstrator.

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— Rosalie Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
bloom
redness
confusion
erysipelas

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— Susie Harvey
Diamante
Blusher
messy, fashionable
betraying, residing, deceiving
bang, confusion ..... ghastliness, cogency
purporting, mighting, forcing
relevant, opportune
grimness
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— Rosemary Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
blusher
flow freely
be inclined to
to discolor or discolour
glow

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— Rosa Red
Cinquain - Expressional
blusher
to crimson
flush still glowing
promise of color rather.
rosy!

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— Sue Mason
Butterfly Cinquain
browser
user agent
switched virtual circuits
polyphase squirrel cage motors
looker
not used for intended purpose
cable mounted sockets
companion chair
viewer
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— Ruby Read
Acrostic - Prefix
 Blooming
lustful
unblushing
shier
hopeful
erythroid
red
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— Susan Reed
Acrostic - Diagonal
Bloomer
Flusher
Rouge
Lipstick
Erythroid
Charger
Scourer
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— Rose Reid

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.