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Adj.1.violet-colored - having a violet color
colored, coloured, colorful - having color or a certain color; sometimes used in combination; "colored crepe paper"; "the film was in color"; "amber-colored heads of grain"
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Raoul found the garden-gate open, and rode straight in, without regarding the long arms, raised in anger, of an old man dressed in a jacket of violet-colored wool, and a large cap of faded velvet.
Numerous and populous villages of long low huts stretched away between broad pasture-fields whose dense herbage was besprinkled with violet-colored blossoms.
had been to the Louvre and put on a violet-colored dress – the perfect analogy of the two princes, completed the consternation of Anne of Austria.
Finally, Van Gogh Acai-Blueberry vodka, launched in 2007, is already a vibrant violet-colored spirit "reminiscent of the dreamy palette that tints Vincent Van Gogh's 'Starry Night' hillside," the company says.
1] Patients usually have multiple, symmetrical, sensitive and violet-colored papules, plaques, and nodules localized around the finger, hand, knee, and elbow joints.
The picture shows the 36-year-old actress showing off her skin in a bathtub filled with violet-colored water and champagne, the New York Post reported.
These include plastic baits in all the crappie-catching colors, including the chartreuse- and violet-colored "electric chicken.
The idea of masquerade as a shield for one's pathologies (think Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut) is played out here, in nightmarishly vulgar displays of patriarchal dominance, when two anonymously masked birdlike assailants torture, dismember, and finally kill the film's violet-colored female protagonist.