blush with

blush with (an emotion)

To have a red face while feeling a particular emotion (which is stated after "with"). I blushed with embarrassment when the teacher caught me not paying attention in class and yelled at me.
See also: blush

blush with something

[for someone's cheeks] to redden from a particular emotion or reaction. She blushed with shame. You could see that Lily was blushing with anger, even though she tried to conceal it.
See also: blush
References in classic literature ?
His answer (as he afterward said) made me blush with pleasure.
Figure 2] shows the total blush with much larger myocardial staining after recanalization.
Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush with Brush, pounds 22.
YVES ST LAURENT CREME DE BLUSH No 4 (pounds 28) PART of YSL's bright Surrealist Sun summer collection, this orange blush with a creamy consistency does soften when applied lightly.
5g pounds 24 Newly launched with six shades this spring, these are neat little compacts offering blush with a choice of matte and a touch of shimmer.
Mix soft cream blush with a little moisturizer, dab it on cheeks with your fingertips, and blend up to your hairline for a look that's bright but not too strong.
68) A limited edition launched in June, this offers a bronzy type of blush with shimmer.
I can blush without notice, or I can blush with notice.