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The final look considered of slicked-back, fresh-out-of-the-shower hair and a halo of burgundy eye makeup — which Lucy revealed matched the bottom half of her dress perfectly.
Decor is retro-lush: Naugahyde booths, deep burgundy walls, heavy drapes with fringes, intimate dining nooks and many extras from long-ago world travels.
Sheer Hunter Green Switch up your usual burgundy option for an equally rich shade, like this sheer hunter green hue.
A short time later, officers stopped a burgundy Malibu with the back windshield shot out.
The victim told police that his 1999 burgundy Toyota Camry was stolen at gunpoint.
Liu was last seen wearing a burgundy and brown T-shirt and blue pants.
Apply a burgundy lip gloss and spread it evenly along your lips.
Line your lower lash line with the same metallic burgundy shadow.
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Origin and Etymology of burgundy
First Known Use: 1664See Words from the same year
Definition of Burgundy
Burgundianplay \(ˌ)bər-ˈgən-dē-ən\ adjective or noun
BURGUNDY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of burgundy for English Language Learners
Burgundy : a red or white wine made in Burgundy, France
: a reddish-purple color
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