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Violet

Pronunciation of Violet
/vˈa͡ɪ͡ələt/, /vˈa‍ɪ‍ələt/, /v_ˈaɪə_l_ə_t/

Antonyms for violet:

achromatic.

Synonyms for violet:

Sense 1

butterfly, ultraviolet.

Other synonyms and related words:

majestic, regal, ultraviolet, reddish blue, purplish, empurpled, royal, purplish red, chromatic, imperial.

mauve (adjective)

lilac, plum, lavender.

purple (adjective)

livid, hyacinth, damson, raisin, amethystine, heliotrope, burgundy, mauve, plum, solferino, lavender, pansy, magenta, orchid, grape, purple, lilac, mulberry.

flower (noun)

flower, smilax, flax, forget-me-not, Black-Eyed Susan, baby's breath, sunflower, begonia, crocus, zinnia, clematis, hyacinth, geranium, rhododendron, marigold, petunia, columbine, periwinkle, iris, dahlia, acacia, ranunculus, viburnum, strawflower, jonquil, rose, hibiscus, hawthorn, sweet pea, anemone, lily, cornflower, azalea, daffodil, lotus, foxtail, oleander, dogwood, yucca, snowberry, laurel, mayflower, lilac, Sweet William, lupine, lavender, hydrangea, buttercup, rosemary, poinsettia, spirea, gardenia, honeysuckle, water lily, carnation, duckweed, gladiolus, aster, orchid, edelweiss, cowslip, primrose, amaryllis, lady's slipper, Queen Anne's Lace, daisy, wisteria, bluebell, magnolia, hollyhock, goldenrod, jasmine, poppy, snapdragon, morning glory, wallflower, African Violet, verbena, heather, fuchsia, foxglove, camellia, snowball, bloodroot, dandelion, tulip, peony, fleur-de-lis, narcissus, chrysanthemum, phlox, indigo, larkspur, pansy, mimosa, trillium, hepatica.

purple (noun)

mulberry, mauve, reddish blue, lavender, magenta, heliotrope, orchid, periwinkle.

violet (noun)

purple, chromatic, reddish blue, purplish.

Usage examples for violet:

  • " I ask nothing of you," said the Prince, " but to let me give Violet a kiss." - "Stories from Pentamerone", Giambattista Basile.
  • Can't you trust me, Violet? - "Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo", E. Phillips Oppenheim.
  • " He did all he could, really," Violet answered her. - "The Real Adventure", Henry Kitchell Webster.

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