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  • EN [ ˈpɜːpl]
  • US [ ˈpɜːrpl]

English definition


  • 1. a chromatic color between red and blue

  • 2. of imperial status;

    • "he was born to the purple"


  • 1. become purple

  • 2. color purple


  • 1. of a color midway between red and blue

  • 2. excessively elaborate or showily expressed;

    • "a writer of empurpled literature"
    • "many purple passages"
    • "speech embellished with classical quotations"
    • "an over-embellished story of the fish that got away"
  • 3. belonging to or befitting a supreme ruler;

    • "golden age of imperial splendor"
    • "purple tyrant"
    • "regal attire"
    • "treated with royal acclaim"
    • "the royal carriage of a stag's head"

Example sentences

  • He has a taste for purple prose.

  • Mix some Violet or Fuschia Premo into Purple Fimo Classic or Premo for a vibrant purple.

  • Beside the towel gourd , there were also some purple little flowers coming in strands.

  • He desired not the purple and the fasces, the insignia of vulgar command.

  • He became purple with rage.

  • Those born to the purple are destined to live in the public eye.

  • He is in purple.

  • They crossed a field stippled with purple weeds.

  • How beautiful the purple flower is!

  • The priest wore a purple vestment to conduct the funeral services.

  • Purple, though beautiful, adds years to the age.

  • His hands were purple with cold.

  • There is a purple airway in London Airport.

  • the deep purple flowers so beloved by artists

  • His face was purple with rage.

  • She was wearing an unbecoming shade of purple.

  • "Get the guy in the purple shirt." — "All right, my man."

  • All shades of mauve, lilac, lavender and purple were fashionable.

  • The avenues lined with jacaranda trees burst into a carnival of purple.

  • I was wearing a purple jumpsuit, high heeled shoes, and lots of makeup.

  • He plucked a purple grape from the bunch and popped it in his mouth.

  • A white cane sofa is sumptuously upholstered in gold taffeta and purple velvet.

  • In the last 10 minutes Tranmere struck a purple patch which culminated in their goal.

  • Its large leaves often show a delicate purple tint.

  • Beckham wore a fetching outfit in purple and green.

  • A long thin wool coat and a purple headscarf protected her against the wind.

  • His boots and purple beret identify him as commanding the Scottish Paratroops.

Phrase collocation

  • born in (或 to) the purple

    born into a reigning family or privileged class


  • with a purple passion

    • They greeted the notion with a purple passion.

Meaning of purple

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