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lavender-colored

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  • If you stood facing the long building, you could easily pick out our unit, with its cheery lavender-colored façade, its little iron fence, geraniums tumbling down the sides.

    le mot juste - French Word-A-Day

  • By the time they finished their second joint, the room was filled with noxious lavender-colored smoke.

    PAUL IS UNDEAD

  • Tucking it in his pocket, he pulled a lavender-colored textscroll from his locker.

    Artemis the Brave

  • She wore an almost iridescent lavender-colored sweater over dark jeans, her feet encased in brown suede boots and not her usual gray skimmers.

    The Love Goddess’ Cooking School

  • I frosted the whole thing with lavender-colored buttercream, and sprinkled on some iridescent colored sugar.

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  • It was, he remembered, a very old house with lavender-colored windowpanes, and the theater they played in was the Boston Museum.

    Empire of Dreams

  • “Humans only want our magic,” a faerie with wide, lavender-colored wings called out.

    Following Magic

  •  *           Demeter went from door to door, asking about Persephone: has anyone seen her, she is wearing a lavender-colored dress or maybe green.

    Persephone

  • Since 2004, the lavender-colored bar with its backyard concealed behind a high fence in the 7900 block of industrial Clinton Drive has repeatedly been targeted for prostitution, underage drinking and human trafficking.

    Sexual Slavery Still Major Problem Due to Sex Slave Ring | Impact Lab

  • * Demeter went from door to door, asking about Persephone: has anyone seen her, she is wearing a lavender-colored dress or maybe green.

    Persephone

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