Thesaurus / magenta
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The campaign of Magenta and Solferino took place ten years later.

The corolla is lilac or bluish, often with a magenta tube and magenta "eye."

Ironweed of royal purple, maroon-shot, mingles in illogical harmony with the blue vervain and magenta trumpet-weeds.

Minstrel WeatherMarian Storm

Some of them were present on this occasion with their goggles, their magenta veils, and their brass voices.

In fact they obtained rosolic acid from magenta by the action of nitrous acid on the latter.

CoalRaphael Meldola

The worthy man was now talking of his friendship for France and relating the battle of Magenta in great detail.

The purples now in vogue are the numerous shades of mauve and magenta obtained by the aniline colours.

In the end Mr. M.'s worst premonitions are realized: the walls are resplendent in a striking shade of magenta.

The Merry-Go-RoundCarl Van Vechten

Magenta is completely decolorized by potassa, but a prolonged washing in water reproduces the original shade.

Magenta may in course of time be removed by the precipitates formed in the wine.

WORDS RELATED TO MAGENTA

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