violet-colored love

Definitions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. having a violet color

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The slim, 11-foot-tall "Untitled" 1967—a violet-colored triangular canvas held, as if pinched, by three long brown wooden chopsticks—suggests a delicately teetering bird.

    Contradictions, Equivocations

  • I wear a strapless, violet-colored, chiffon dress.

    The Forgetting Room 9

  • She had the tiniest features, almost miniature: delicate nose and mouth, violet-colored eyes.

    Tell us we’re home

  • I notice how the purple and blue flowers of spring and summer have disappeared completely (apart from the violet-colored "cosmos").

    souci - French Word-A-Day

  • “She had a baby with her, a little girl less than a month old, with the most beautiful violet-colored eyes.”

    Violet Eyes

  • There was Michelle, wearing a violet-colored, polka-dotted, and probably designer dress, sort-of out of place in the White House kitchen, showing off some chocolates that were to be served for dessert at an official dinner for governors.

    Elizabeth Dwoskin: Michelle Obama Loves to Flaunt Her Arms

  • Oval violet-colored cardboard box, brushed-glass perfume bottle Signed and dated 'Rrose Sélavy 1921'

    The Art of Yves Saint Laurent

  •   She felt an electrical crackle race through her violet-colored fur, causing it to rise up along her spine; another reflex she couldn't control.

    Cats Do It Doggie Style

  • I notice how the purple and blue flowers of spring and summer have disappeared completely apart from the violet-colored "cosmos".

    souci - French Word-A-Day

  •     She felt an electrical crackle race through her violet-colored fur, causing it to rise up along her spine; another reflex she couldn't control.

    Cats Do It Doggie Style

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