Definition of Red region

1. Noun. A place of eternal fire envisaged as punishment for the damned.

Exact synonyms: Hellfire
Generic synonyms: Hell, Infernal Region, Inferno, Nether Region, Perdition, Pit



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Red Region

red porgy
red precipitate
red pudding
red pulp
red pulp cords
red rag
red rag to a bull
red rail
red rails
red raspberry
red rat snake
red rattle
red reflex
red region (current term)
red ribbon
red ribbons
red rice
red ring
red ring of death
red ringed
red ringing
red rings
red rings of death
red rocket
red rockets
red rockfish
red route
red salmon

Literary usage of Red region

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1. Spectroscopy by Edward Charles Cyril Baly (1905)
"In 1880 l Abney published a map of the infra-red region of the solar spectrum from X = 7160 to X = 10000 Angstrom units, which he had obtained by ..."

2. Spectroscopy by Edward Charles Cyril Baly (1905)
"CHAPTER VIII THE EXTREME INFRA-RED AND ULTRA-VIOLET REGIONS OF THE SPECTRUM As was described in Chapter II., the existence of the infra-red region was ..."

3. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1915)
"Convergence frequencies of 2 or more series of basis consts. or multiples of such frequencies give the absorption bands in the short-wave infra-red region. ..."

4. The Relations between chemical constitution and some physical properties by Samuel Smiles (1910)
"... -red region The relations between constitution and absorption in this region of the spectrum1 have not yet been thoroughly explored, but the data which ..."

5. Summarized Proceedings ... and a Directory of Members (1885)
"... and it was found that those plates most sensitive to daylight were in several cases the least so to gaslight. PHOTOGRAPHY OF THE INFRA-red region OF THE ..."

6. A System of Physical Chemistry by William Cudmore McCullagh Lewis, James Rice (1919)
"The absorption bands in the short infra-red region have been measured very accurately by Burmeister (Verh. d. D. phys. Ges., 15, 589 (1913)) and by E. von ..."

7. A System of Physical Chemistry by William Cudmore McCullagh Lewis, James Rice (1919)
"... vibration of atoms with respect to one another (in a manner analogous to the vibration of atoms in solids) occur in the short infra-red region, viz. ..."

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