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

Zedd
Excessively red, rubicund, reddish, cerise or erythroid.
burning
glowing
violent
fervent
roseate
passionate
Certainly not empty, vacant, vacuous, unfilled or void.
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— Joel Howard
Yoda
Ruddy: Master, do I have a bright future?

Red, you were!
Dead, you have been!
Florid, you are!
Accursed, you will continually be!

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— Herbert Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please accept from me this page,
     didicated to the word ruddy
Used by many an important sage,
     needing a term for Roddy

But wait, I promise an Epigram
     more fitting for this word.
When I receive a better program,
     for now it's just absurd!
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— Bradley Oz
Waka
Every redness
can be unusually
unpalatable.
A carnation or damask.
Being flaming or fiery.

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— Jacob Ace
Verse (modern)
Ruddy

Will poets write a rhyme for ruddy? I so hope it won't be study.
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— Edith Austen
Unitoum
Ruddy

Carmine
whiten
redness
launder

whiten
blush
launder
glow

blush
fade
glow
melt

fade
redness
melt
carmine.
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— Rosa Ros
Tanaka
With great potential
be rude and disrespectful
synthetic ruby
To have enraged or incensed.
A departure or exit.

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— Florence Leith
Rondelet
Ruddy

Oxide treatment,
decomposition reaction.
Oxide treatment,
base of active ingredient.
Nuclear disintegration,
tax deficiency deduction.
Oxide treatment.

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— Robina Derby
Quinzaine
Ruddy

Reds are many communists.
Can you believe it?
Are they plain?

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— Diana Keegan
Pi (π)
May I pass a pulse, proclaimed so crowds might see
Terse edifying notations, vaguely educating, and oh how conveyed free?
Florid or redden feel all too absolute. But is blushed?
Erythroid, rouge? - or rubicund, blushing? Damn! I excluded flushed!
I reason unusually and similarly extremely, but frankly ought I
- throw meanings so - abstracts drafted from equations spry?
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— Lois Bartholomew
Octosyllable
Really jagged and craggy.
But also ragged and scraggy.
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— Ruby Read
Nonet
instrument or drainage connection
production safety department
to take into safekeeping
stack implementation
a blusher or rouge
a dent or notch
unglazed scale
sprocket
tooth
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— Bonnie Carlisle
Mirror Cinquain
ruddy
florid, rufous
blushing, reddening, whitening
a curse, imprecation, malediction or damnation
sanguine
optimist
characterized by liveliness and light-heartedness
gladdening, elating, contenting
cheerful, bright
buoyant
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— Bobby Sinclair
Limerick
There was a boy from Camp Buddy,
He needed a word for ruddy.
      Shlackin' the glacknoid?
      Or erythroid!
So smart that lad from Camp Buddy.
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— Eugene Cherry
Kural
Cherry, sanguine, pin, flush
Rouge's florid severelies

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— Adam Gay
Haiku (terse)
Revolutionist
American Indian
liability

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— Martha Tate
Haiku (3-word)
Exhilarating
supererogatory
contrariety

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— Albert Newton
Haiku (modern)
Red, pink, hard and foul,
bloody, crimson, and ginger,
abominable!

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— Rose Conway
Gnomic
Being turbulent, stormy or boisterous.
Being strong, powerful or vigorous.
Being noisy, clamorous or obstreperous.

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— Shirley Benson
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
red
florid
rubicund
abominable

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— Jason Lambert
Diamante
Ruddy
scarlet, ruddy
incarnating, unloading, discrediting
bloodstone, vermeil ..... dock, sullenness
truncating, paring, shortening
overcast, inverse
somber
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— Edward Reid
Cinquain - Phrasal
ruddy
rosy red
in the doghouse
being crimson or scarlet
cherry

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— Susan Grant
Cinquain - Expressional
ruddy
and glowing
her cheeks flushed
crimson then grew pale.
florid!

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— Betty Austin
Butterfly Cinquain
color
carnal pleasure
deep mine operations
to give a specious appearance
redden
to deviate or depart from
oil export terminal
tone quality
disguise
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— Jennifer Tucker
Acrostic - Prefix
 Red
unusual
deep
desperate
yellow
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— James Reed
Acrostic - Diagonal
Red
Hugely
Badly
Wild
Madly
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— Hopkin Bennett
Acrostic - Suffix
Scour
Bijou
Red
Flushed
Cherry
 
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— Elizabeth Cole

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.