I’ve come on the adjective bloodripe in Nabokov’s Lolita (bold emphasis added):
. . . it had become quite a habit with me of not being too attentive to women lest they come toppling, bloodripe, into my cold lap.
The passage contains a metaphor likening women to ripened fruits, so bloodripe is easily defined as fully ripe (although it’s quite an ironic adjective for a paedophile, such as Humbert Humbert). Yet, I can’t find it in any of the dictionaries at my disposal: for example, it is not in Merriam-Webster or Oxford Dictionary.
Does it actually exist, though not listed in the dictionaries, or is it Nabokov’s brainchild?