Origin of aubergine
Words nearby aubergine
How to use aubergine in a sentence
“Hillary also looked beautiful in that aubergine dress,” he said.
Big aubergine walls and hedges lined the pathways, some 20 feet high.
All the trappings, including saddle and saddle-cloth, in green and aubergine.
Just above, inside a building, which is of aubergine and green, is a man sorting the rice.
A gold base deeply chiselled in wave-diaper and overrun with a paste of aubergine purple is the most pleasing.
The armour is in green with yellow edgings, belt, &c.; the under-garments in aubergine, and black boots.
Three colours:—green, a curious shade; yellow, varying from pale to bright; aubergine, also varying in tone.
British Dictionary definitions for aubergine
- a dark purple colour
- (as adjective)an aubergine dress