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Boasting bright reds, dark and light pinks, even a hint of burgundy, all splashed with nature’s paintbrush, this poppy is all about the dazzle.
Colors range from white to yellow to pink, burgundy, yellow and a whole host of color combos and forms.
More importantly for some, this upgrade also unlocks the Laptop's alternate color choices—a stunning burgundy, cool teal, and gold tone aren't available on the cheapest spec.
Teeling Single Malt Whiskey combines whiskeys finished in sherry, port, Madeira, white burgundy and Cabernet Sauvignon casks for a complex, textured flavor.
Mille Fleurs has launched a new happy hour featuring bites such as three oysters on the half-shell, Angus beef slider and three burgundy escargots in garlic butter, each priced at $5.
The Best Actress Oscar winner wore a simple pair of black pants with a gorgeous low-cut, v-neck, burgundy blazer with a pink belt as an accent.
Zoey Deutch Actress Zoey Deutch shared a sneak peek of her bold burgundy eye look created by makeup artist Kate Lee (using pretty Chanel products) along with her romantic pastel purple manicure done by manicurist Steph Stone.
Surveillance video showed the thieves were in a burgundy vehicle.
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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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