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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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In another picture the singer shared photo of her daughter flaunting her new purple-tinged hair.
Its purple-tinged seed head remains after flowering.
Then comes a sky of fire, of oranges and reds, like molten lava, before it turns to a vivid blue with a subtle hint of lilac, to a purple-tinged gray, the changing colors a prelude to the beauty of the night.
Question 3: The Minnesota Timberwolves have rolled out Prince-inspired, purple-tinged jerseys with a "nostalgic font" that recalls the little guy's "Purple Rain" logo.
In a storm that pushed your body back with the force of a rugby scrum, I tredged through the wild, scruffy, purple-tinged fields for three hours until the unmistakable rattling call cut through the air.
For something different, Sparkling Burgundy is a purple-tinged version.
Ensete ventricosum 'Maurellii', the Abyssinian banana, has pleasing purple-tinged leaves.
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.
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.
San Rafael, Argentina, December 13, 2012 --(PR.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.
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.