bluish-purple


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Adj.1.bluish-purple - of purple tinged with blue
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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The sky is streaked with red, the sea's an envious green, The lonely moon soars to her bluish-purple place, The soul, the heart and love are colours never seen, The object of my craving as yet has no face.
Yeomans noted that Byzantine Blue is interesting because it appears to be more gray when paired with dark neutrals, yet it appears more bluish-purple when partnered with whites.
During cooking, red cabbage, for example, will turn deeper red in vinegar or bluish-purple in a less acidic solution.
While the new design includes elements from the original Harpoon IPA package (the checked background pattern, the bluish-purple and orange color scheme, and the tiger lilies), new elements have been added, including a bolder Harpoon logo, a larger background check pattern, and a tiger icon.
The 38-second video packs a punch, opening with a close-up of a hand turning the colorful dial of a professional gas cooktop stove, the bluish-purple flame flickering, and onions mid-flambe in a stainless steel skillet.
During a visit to the farm, different degrees of bluish-purple pigmentation of the mucosa were observed in most of the animals examined in a flock of 60 sheep (Figure 1A).
Ranging from Sitka, Alaska to Baja California this common snail's shell is usually bluish-purple or gray; the uncommon color forms of brown, pink and white illustrate the great color variation.
She was lying down, her lips were a bluish-purple and her eyes were open and rolled upwards," PC James said.
O/U, and, perhaps the highlight of the trip, a bluish-purple anodized .
The delicate bluish-purple flower grows only in Caithness, Sutherland and Orkney.
Low blood oxygen leads to cyanosis, a bluish-purple colour to the skin and shortness of breath.