- From purple + -y. (Wiktionary)
“Also hanging-on further up the line are the remaining fragments of the GCR station in purply-orange brick and cream terracotta, including this evocative sign for the Parcels Offices.”
“The truth is, I used to write way too prettily and "purply".”
“They were sold out of black when I finally went for it, and silver is boring, so I got 'red' which is really 'rose', which is really more of a nice pinky-purply color and not as feminine as it sounds.”
“Instead the tomatoes are lightly crushed and simmered in white wine before the clams are added to the pan, breaking down to release their flavour into the sauce, while remaining intact enough to add blobs of vibrant colour to the dish – a nice counterpoint to the purply shells of the seafood.”
“A well-imagined story does not rev up bland, everyday events with lurid, purply, overwrought language that seeks to elevate such events beyond their due.”
“And it was, it was that oddly purply brown-grey that you get from dried grapevine twined into wreaths.”
“I used two pieces of hand-dyed fabric - the one you see is actually quite a purply blue, but that colour doesn't photograph well.”
“*Raps awl tigh tigh tight wiv teh dukkee taype, wiv purply foyle anna twisty whyre jus in kase*”
“One thing I didn't remember, that came as a jolt to me, was the purply prose style Bradbury employs in this novel.”
“She flashed this huge smile, and the black light made her teeth look purply white and freaky.”
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