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noun as in purple

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You can either add a flower on top as a final garnish or create a lavender syrup to add a fresh, floral touch to any drink.

Sherman also pointed out the so-called “lavender scare” during which upwards of 1,000 State Department personnel lost their jobs because of their sexual orientation.

Hike the three miles of trails in Maury Island Marine Park, or cut your own lavender bunches at Lavender Hill Farm.

On days I’m feeling more feminine, I have one that’s amber, lavender and vanilla.

She found the lavender for her daughter-in-law, an “Elderberry Super Immunity Blend” for her son, and a “Crafty Christmas” card to accompany her traditional holiday basket gifts.

New Orleanians loved the frilly, pale lavender flowers and gradually planted them as decorations around the city in garden ponds.

To accompany breakfast or lunch, there's hibiscus lavender tea or locally roasted Bumper Crop coffee.

Elias, the translator, knocks and a woman in a blue sweater-vest and lavender crocs answers.

Also: pastel pink-and-lavender paint jobs, festooned with hearts and flowers.

Lavender is very calming and can help settle your nerves, which explains why so many baby soaps come in lavender scent.

Clean your tube regularly, and your amber mouthpiece with a feather dipped in spirits of lavender.

Here was a light-blue pair; there were some lavender, some all black and various shades of tan and gray.

She looked very neat and dainty as she sat there in her white lace cap and her lavender dress.

She was waving a twig of lavender, and little Martha was making grabs at it, and laughing her gurgling laugh of babyish glee.

As he entered, one of the maids rose from beside her mistress, bearing away the silver bowl of lavender water.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lavender, such as: lilac, and violet.

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