OTHER WORDS FROM purplishpur·plish·ness, noun
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Others are going to see these purplish hues and they are going to have a rubric to understand the phenomenon.Why once-gold ceilings in Spain’s Alhambra palace have purple stains|Carmen Drahl|September 9, 2022|Science News
The sickliest moon-grown plants were tiny and purplish rather than green.The first plants ever grown in moon dirt have sprouted|Maria Temming|June 16, 2022|Science News For Students
He bathed the vegetable seeds for his garden for a minute in the lamp’s rich, purplish glow, and then planted them.Cold plasma could transform the sustainable farms of the future|Stephen Ornes|September 8, 2021|Science News
The orange glow began to fade as the sun set, turning softer, then pink as the sky darkened to a purplish blue.Almost Famous: A Father's Day Story|Alex Belth|June 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A summer storm cell breaks, purplish and powerful, over the North Park Baptist Church on the north side of Orlando.Shaq, Year One|Charles P. Pierce|May 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Post 2010, the once-purplish second district was redrawn to be solidly red.Can B-List Hollywood Stars Shine in Washington?|Michelle Cottle|February 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She was wearing a purplish button-down shirt and black trousers, and people seemed very happy to meet her.My Surreal Night With Michael Jackson|Abby Ellin|July 6, 2009|DAILY BEAST
The species is peculiar for its yellow pearly internal coat, and purplish rays.
Fine-grained quartzose sandstone, of a purplish hue, resembling a rock on the banks of the Severn, near Bridgenorth.
Purplish-brown epidote, with small nests or concretions of green epidote and quartz; forming a sort of amygdaloid.
The inside is pale purplish-brown, with a yellowish-white muscular impression.
Gaunt and grim was the vast station, with its freezing purplish electric light.The Daughters of Danaus|Mona Caird