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blush·ing

ereuthophobia.

blushing

A transient reddening of the face, ears and neck, often spreading to the upper part of the chest, caused by a widening (dilatation) of small blood vessels in the skin so that more blood flows.
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Jadresic in his assertion that pathological blushing is an "involuntary response.
I don't like going out now as I worry about blushing.
Robbie Davis will be on Zito's horse, Blushing Jim, and five-time Beam winner Pat Day will be on Randy Bradshaw's Heza Gone West.
The way the race developed, you would have expected the winner's price to have been much bigger, considering the confidence behind Blushing Bull and the ease with which he was travelling after the second-last.
Blushing is a natural physical reaction - the body's defence in times of stress.
An operation known as endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy (ETS) has been used in cases of severe blushing in recent years but, in my opinion, surgery should be considered as a last resort.
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25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- It is a widely held belief that blushing is an involuntary response.
Later] I walked up to the elevator and am just, like, blushing, blushing, blushing and he looks at me and he winks as he does and says, 'I look pretty good, don't I?
Clinique's Blushing Blush, pounds 19, is lightweight and oil-free so women with any skin type can delve in and apply colour without the worry of adding additional oils.