- n. common misspelling of fuchsia.
- n. a dark purplish-red color
“In the gardens we found a large blue hydrangea very common: the fuschia is the usual hedge.”
“I looked at deeper browns, greys, blues, evergreen, fuschia, burgundy with gold fleurs de lis on in case I felt that not getting to as many conventions as I'd like could be made up for by carpeting my basement as a hotel.”
“A lot of pure red, a little pure blue, a hint of violet, a shitload of magenta, a dollop of fuschia — all you end up with is muddle of purple.”
“Teapot, $58 Among the pretty, useful, durable things are Portland designer Adam Arnold's tight-fitting slipcovers shown in fuschia wool, $550 and a shockingly good-looking extension cord. schoolhouseelectric.com”
“As for fashion, I could peek in at what wasn't in garment bags and boxes, and saw quirky-twee jewelry by Rachel Pfeffer, a few denim and leopard-print purses, a silk & lambskin dress by Saint Chic, fuschia and orange capelets by Imani Danali, and stone necklaces by Ai'Kan.”
“Prepare yourselves, y'all: his magenta fabric is looking fuschia.”
“Tim's last stop on the Make It Work express is Emilio, who's making a dress out of magenta (NOT to be confused with fuschia) jersey.”
“Through April 21 There was medieval armor for the departing Crusaders; otherwise, we were in fairy-tale land, especially given Ms. Damrau's oversize violet and fuschia costumes.”
“The yellows were among periodic bursts of color throughout, including airy, fuschia dresses and a vibrant color print inspired by the garden paintings of Paul Klee.”
“Work a timeless evening gown in a fluid fabric and a standout hue like a bold red, a stunning fuschia, a beautiful platinum or a caviar black!”
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