purplish pink

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Noun1.purplish pink - a pink dye that was discovered in 1859, the year a battle was fought at Solferino
pink - a light shade of red
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The collection includes such remarkable diamonds as 18.07-carat, IF, pear-cut intense yellow diamond, a 6.78-carat, emerald-cut, vivid yellow diamond, a pair of pear-cut Vivid Purplish Pink diamonds (0.54-carat, VVS1 and 0.55-carat, IF).
My husband was wearing a bright purplish pink t-shirt.
I love brick red, tangerine and purplish pink tones; they look fresh worn with just a hint of makeup (a little concealer, beige shadow and contour powder go a long way).
It is a purplish pink shade that combines the beauty of two colors into one harmonious hue.
It's very tall - 6ft to10ft in height - and between June and October produces clusters of purplish pink (or rarely white) helmet-shaped $owers.
For example, a 0.51-carat vivid purplish pink, VS2, round-cut diamond sold for $338,500, or more than four times Sotheby's estimate, during a February 2013 auction of important jewels at Sotheby's New York.
For example, a 0.51-carat vivid purplish pink, VS2, round cut diamond sold for $338,500, or more than four times Sotheby's estimate, during a Feb.
The highlights include Argyle Siren, a 1.32-carat square radiant cut Fancy Vivid Purplish Pink diamond and Argyle Satine, a 1.02-carat cushion cut Fancy Intense Purplish Pink diamond.
Pamina is a new compact variety from Germany at just 2ft in height with purplish pink flowers.
Pezzottaite is moderate red (Munsell #15) to pink, with moderate dichroism in polarized light in hand specimen: [omega] = pink-orange and [epsilon] = purplish pink to pinkish purple.
Paul Neyron is one of the hybrid perpetuals (some of the best of the old roses); it has enormous, well-scented blooms of rich purplish pink. I also love Granada because its color evolves from coral to gold to peach." For Linda the garden is a constant source of pleasure.