Definition of Impurple

1. v. t. To color or tinge with purple; to make red or reddish; to purple; as, a field impurpled with blood.



Definition of Impurple

1. Verb. (alternative form of empurple) ¹

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Definition of Impurple

1. empurple [v IMPURPLED, IMPURPLING, IMPURPLES] - See also: empurple

Medical Definition of Impurple

1. To colour or tinge with purple; to make red or reddish; to purple; as, a field impurpled with blood. "Impurpled with celestial roses, smiled." (Milton) "The silken fleece impurpled for the loom." (Pope) Origin: Pref. Im- in + purple. Cf. Empurple. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impurple

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impurenesses
impurer
impures
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impurification
impurifications
impurified
impurifies
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impurifying
impuring
impurities
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impurity control
impurple (current term)
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Literary usage of Impurple

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1. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George H Warner (1902)
"Daisies have snowed all over the Campagna, periwinkles star the grass, crocuses and anemones impurple the spaces between the rows of springing grain along ..."

2. Memoirs of the American Revolution: So Far as it Related to the States of by William Moultrie (1802)
"... with all ' my present year's provision : the genius of the ' river, has taken a fancy to it, himself; and has ' chosen to impurple his robe at my ..."

3. Lexicon to the English Poetical Works of John Milton by Laura Emma Lockwood (1907)
"impurple, rli. tr. to make purple or L. iv. 74H ; SA 1424. ab'ol. the angels who were de- brilliant in colour : PL III. 364. Impute, vb. ..."

4. Roba Di Roma by William Wetmore Story (1887)
"Daisies have snowed all over the Campagna, — periwinkles star the grass, — crocuses and anemones impurple the spaces between the rows of springing grain ..."

5. A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language: In by John Walker (1822)
"Want of sanctity, net of unchastity, feculent mixture. impurple, îm-pfir'pl. va To make red. ..."

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