Definition of 'fuchsia'
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Example sentences containing 'fuchsia'
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Then there are fuchsia pinks, gingham and ruffles to play with. The Sun (2017)Choose from coral, fuchsia pink and red to banish the winter blues. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He had a fuchsia red tie. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Subtle hint of colour or full-on fuchsia? The Sun (2013)To be precise, fuchsia pink jumpers that are also really rather fluffy. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Think pink This fuchsia find will light up any room. The Sun (2012)And we love the teaming up of the bright purple dress with fuchsia pink heels - so confident. The Sun (2008)I am fuchsia pink with fury. The Sun (2014)How do you know the bathroom suite isn't that fuchsia colour the wife's allergic to? Times, Sunday Times (2007)You could finish off by adding accessories in other hot hues, such as fuchsia, red or orange. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Used Rarely. fuchsia is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'fuchsia'
British English: fuchsia NOUN
A fuchsia is a plant or a small bush which has pink, purple, or white flowers.
Definition of fuchsia from the Collins English Dictionary
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