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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Really fragrant varieties include Wisteria 'Burford', which has deep bluish-purple and lilac flower racemes around 40cm long, and Wisteria sinensis 'Amethyst', a vigorous type which produces violet-blue flowers.
Over time, compounds called tannins accumulate and the chlorophyll depletes, changing the tissue's colors to bluish-purple, orange, and red.
Clinically, they are usually red and bluish-purple lesions and are <1 cm in size.
The mass measured 20 x 11 cm and had a multinodular appearance with a bluish-purple hue with areas of ulceration.
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.