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The line interconnects with other lines in magenta, blue, red, green and orange, each representing a different level of voltage.

A vivid magenta is the hot new color of Philippine politics.

From Quartz

To be clear, Magenta didn’t spit out a ready-to-go song complete with lyrics.

Magenta was built using TensorFlow, Google’s massive open-source software library focused on deep learning applications.

The neural network that wrote it is Magenta, which was launched by Google in 2016 with the goal of training machines to create art—or as the tool’s website puts it, exploring the role of machine learning as a tool in the creative process.

She looks like your typical granny—gray hair, wrinkles, dentures—and slowly stumbles about her apartment in a magenta tracksuit.

And when I come out of kick-boxing my face is a deep magenta, and I feel hugely energized.

She introduced the tiny jewel to Western audiences from behind a wash of magenta fringe.

Clad in a magenta Marc Jacobs gown and RuPaul hair, Gaga has been anticipating it on Twitter all week.

"We were in it but we didn't win it," said Martin, who wore magenta tint on her lips and her hair in a short blond bob.

A great tree covered with glorious magenta flowers stands on one side.

She looked round the tiny church; at the whitewashed pillars, the humble pavement, the window full of magenta saints.

The evening had cleared, and the east was tender with a magenta flush under which the land lay still and rich.

But a vendor of mauve and magenta woollen goods, known to Sally as "the beach-woman," was working up towards them.

Indian paint brush vied in its scarlet hue with the deep magenta of cactus.


On this page you'll find 67 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to magenta, such as: color, lavender, lilac, mauve, periwinkle, and plum.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.