- n. Plural form of violet.
“Spring came early this year, false with warmth, coaxing March violets from the ground.”
“Let us add that, even in the midst of massacres and sickening slaughter, there are one or two cheerful signs, which peep up like winter violets from the dead leaves.”
“A delicious smell of violets is blowing from the land.”
“I actually am wearing Midnight Violet today; I keep getting a whiff of past-prime violets, which is delightful considering the temperature outside is in the 20's!”
“Maudie Steadman did not think much of the idea of violets and cherry-blossoms.”
“Something he said made her aware that he had heard of her loss, and that the violets were a token of sympathy.”
“Then it was again exposed in the church to the veneration of the faithful, who crowded once more to pay it honour, and were wonder-struck at the perfume, as of sweet violets, which issued from it, and attached to every thing which it touched.”
“Cuba, an odour like that of violets, which is discernible two or three miles from land, when the wind is off the shore, has been traced by”
“I have also noted tones such as violets, bacon, raspberry and leather.”
“(For those not in the know, 'violets' are those humans with violet-coloured irises who able to interview/channel dead people.) orannia”
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