Recent Examples of purplish from the Web
The internet produced photos of other Bruce Lees from the same hotel in several colors — red, blue and purplish.
At the same time, with Trump’s popularity languishing, the midterm elections promise to be particularly hairy for Republicans from purplish, swingy districts.
The most common type of eggplant is the Italian globe, the large, purplish-black, glossy skinned variety associated with eggplant Parmesan and pasta alla Norma.
Ash trees are a major part of eastern forests and urban streets, providing yellow and purplish leaves to the bounty of fall colors.
Good diction and ample acoustics allow Menotti’s purplish text and fake-Puccini tunes to come through clearly.
Two of the most colorful species of trees native to the Kansas City area are the white ash, which produce purplish-maroon colors, and green ash, which produce vibrant yellow.
Just don't go buying out the Colorbust Matte Balm stock in Brooklyn just yet—I'm in the market for a purplish-burgundy shade.
The giraffe now appeared to be part of a surreal painting, running across a purplish veld beneath a red sky.
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