Definition of Cream violet

1. Noun. Leafy-stemmed violet of eastern North America having large white or creamy flowers faintly marked with purple.

Exact synonyms: Pale Violet, Striped Violet, Viola Striata
Generic synonyms: Violet



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cream Violet

cream of tartar
cream of the crop
cream off
cream pie
cream pies
cream pitcher
cream puff
cream puffs
cream sauce
cream slice
cream slices
cream soda
cream tea
cream teas
cream up
cream violet (current term)
creambush
creamcake
creamcakes
creamcups
creamed
creamed corn
creamer
creameries
creamers
creamery
creamier
creamiest
creamily
creaminess

Literary usage of Cream violet

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Journal of the New-York State Agricultural Society by New York State Agricultural Society (1873)
"Cow, cream violet 2nd; Yellow and white, calved June 18, 1868, ... sire Romeo, dam cream violet (imp.). Heifer, Nine;: Fawn and white, calved March, 1871, ..."

2. The Boston Cooking-school Cook Book by Fannie Merritt Farmer (1911)
"Cool before garnishing ice cream. Violet Ice Cream 1 quart cream % cup Yvette Cordial % cup sugar 1 small bunch violets Few grains salt Violet coloring Mix ..."

3. The Actor's Art: Theatrical Reminiscences, Methods of Study and Advice to by John Alexander Hammerton (1897)
"The eyebrows are whitened with pearl white (plane de perle) mixed with cold cream. Violet powder or magnesia spread over the face, with or without any of ..."

4. The Boston Cooking School Magazine of Culinary Science and Domestic Economics by Mass Boston Cooking School (Boston, Boston Cooking School (Boston, Mass.) (1907)
"AMO, Providence, RI: "Recipe for banana or corn fritters and the sweet clear sauce served with them. How can I color ice-cream violet and give ..."

5. The Actor's Art: A Practical Treatise on Stage Declamation, Public Speaking by Gustave Garcia (1882)
"... mixed with cold cream. Violet powder or magnesia spread over the face, with or without any of the powders above mentioned, will blend all the colours ..."

6. The Journal of the New-York State Agricultural Society by New York State Agricultural Society (1873)
"Cow, cream violet 2nd; Yellow and white, calved June 18, 1868, ... sire Romeo, dam cream violet (imp.). Heifer, Nine;: Fawn and white, calved March, 1871, ..."

7. The Boston Cooking-school Cook Book by Fannie Merritt Farmer (1911)
"Cool before garnishing ice cream. Violet Ice Cream 1 quart cream % cup Yvette Cordial % cup sugar 1 small bunch violets Few grains salt Violet coloring Mix ..."

8. The Actor's Art: Theatrical Reminiscences, Methods of Study and Advice to by John Alexander Hammerton (1897)
"The eyebrows are whitened with pearl white (plane de perle) mixed with cold cream. Violet powder or magnesia spread over the face, with or without any of ..."

9. The Boston Cooking School Magazine of Culinary Science and Domestic Economics by Mass Boston Cooking School (Boston, Boston Cooking School (Boston, Mass.) (1907)
"AMO, Providence, RI: "Recipe for banana or corn fritters and the sweet clear sauce served with them. How can I color ice-cream violet and give ..."

10. The Actor's Art: A Practical Treatise on Stage Declamation, Public Speaking by Gustave Garcia (1882)
"... mixed with cold cream. Violet powder or magnesia spread over the face, with or without any of the powders above mentioned, will blend all the colours ..."

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