purple-tinged


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Adj.1.purple-tinged - of a color tinged with purple
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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Mussel Shell: Inspired by a bivalve's opalescent, purple-tinged blue, Mussel Shell is an intriguing, grownup version of periwinkle that balances masculine and feminine undertones.
Asparagus Peak: February to June Buy vibrant green spears with tight, purple-tinged buds.
There's also a spectacular shot of a rainbow that seems like a dome over Denver, while another captures a purple-tinged lightning streak across skyscrapers.
London, Feb 8 ( ANI ): Scientists have developed glasses with purple-tinged lenses that enhance reds and greens, allowing those with colour blindness to see them properly.
It has purple-tinged stems with long, slender leaves and clusters of white- or cream-petalled male flowers, and tiny female flowers, which smell delicious, are borne along the stems.
It has purple-tinged stems with long, slender leaves and clusters of white or cream-petalled male flowers, and tiny female flowers, which smell delicious, are borne along the stems.
com)-- Stained teeth and many a purple-tinged smile at Wednesday's well-attended Argentina Annual Trade Tasting at Lord's attested to the overwhelming predominance of red wines on show - mostly Malbec of course.
These purple-tinged bulbs may be early, but they are best used fairly soon after lifting, as they do not store well.
When the small but perfectly formed mosh pit warmed up, there was the wonderful sight of youthful purple-tinged mohawks colliding with the bald punk pates of yesteryear, and when the Doc Martens faced the ceiling in a bit of crowd-surfing you knew everyone was having a ball.
Carpeting stonecrops, such as Sedum Ruby Glow and Vera Jameson, provide colour via purple-tinged succulent leaves and crimson flowerheads from mid-summer to autumn.
Carpeting stonecrops, such as Sedum 'Ruby Glow' and 'Vera Jameson', provide colour to the gravel garden in the form of purple-tinged succulent leaves and crimson flowerheads from midsummer to autumn.
Carpeting stonecrops, such as Sedum "Ruby Glow" and "Vera Jameson", provide colour to the gravel garden in the form of purple-tinged succulent leaves and crimson flowerheads from midsummer to autumn.