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What is "Purple" - Definition & Explanation

Purple cloth dyed purple. Any of various colors that fall about midway between red and blue in hue. A garment of purple color, especially a purple robe worn as an emblem of rank or authority.
Purple is any of a group of colors intermediate between blue and red.

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