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The Saucony x Dunkin’ Kinvara -- bright with the coffee chain's iconic magenta and orange -- is $110.
Black and magenta are accented with pops of pink, ivory and peach.
Bone Jolly Gamay Noir El Dorado County 2016 ($22): From the Barsotti Vineyard, this ethereal wine glows, its hue a nearly translucent magenta.
Sridevi’s body was dressed in a colorful magenta and gold sari with a heavy gold necklace and a large red bindi marking — a colorful dot worn on the center of the forehead.
More discoveries soon followed: magenta, Hofmann’s violet, Lyons blue, malachite green, Bismarck brown and aniline black.
The bright suit sets were reminiscent of Jackie's timeless tailored sophistication, not to mention the pinks, yellows, teals, and magentas that the former first lady was fond of.
There must be a Crayola 286-pack in our future, containing the shades between fuchsia and magenta, cornflower and periwinkle.
Located near the city of Asti, which specializes in sweet and frothy moscatos, Acqui Terme is known both for its famous spas and for a local grape called brachetto that makes delicious wine with a vivid magenta hue.
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Origin and Etymology of magenta
First Known Use: 1860See Words from the same year
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Definition of magenta for English Language Learners
: a bright, deep purplish-red color
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