Definitions

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

  • adjective (of flowers) having a purple eyelike marking

Etymologies

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Examples

  • She rolled her purple-eyed gaze toward him appreciatively.

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  • From being able to hear dead spirits on pigeons, listening to whirlwinds, and understanding her purple-eyed cat, Beka has a lot of tricks up her magical sleeves, but they only give her the clues to follow.

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  • England and scotland brought forth delicate deer-like creatures, elf-eared, violet eyes, and when you would occasionally find a deer-bodied, purple-eyed, black-maned and white-coated centaur let me tell you, it would turn anyone into a furre. * wry grin*

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  • She was yellow-haired, almost purple-eyed, so rich was the blue of the pupils.

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  • She was yellow-haired, almost purple-eyed, so rich was the blue of the pupils.

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  • She was yellow-haired, almost purple-eyed, so rich was the blue of the pupils.

    Vittoria — Volume 6

  • Meanwhile, the alien at the periscope, who looks a bit like a hairless peach, purple-eyed Jerry Lewis is freaking out at the sight of aliens.

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  • Into this sinister reality, a special purple-eyed child is born.

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  • “And as you can see, my lord,” he said, making a dramatic gesture toward the bulbous-nosed, purple-eyed constable’s assistant, “my fears were not ill-founded.”

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