Definition of empurple in English:

empurple

Line breaks: em|pur¦ple
Pronunciation: /ɪmˈpəːp(ə)l
 
, ɛm-/

verb

Make or become purple: [no object]: his face empurpled with fury
More example sentences
  • Cheeks empurpled, spit launching in all directions, eyes afire with outraged vanity, the Colonel will have none of your treachery.
  • She sent me the red rose we called hers, her type and symbol, to wear inside my wedding dress - I have it still, a few petals empurpled with age, pressed inside an old locket.’
  • The look on the empurpled face of the director as he expostulated on this ‘craven surrender’ for Channel Four news was such a laugh.

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