Definition of Purple sage

1. Noun. Silvery-leaved California herb with purple flowers.

Exact synonyms: Chaparral Sage, Salvia Leucophylla
Generic synonyms: Sage, Salvia



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Purple Sage

purple mullein
purple nightshade
purple nurple
purple nurples
purple onion
purple orchis
purple osier
purple patch
purple patches
purple pea
purple poppy mallow
purple prose
purple rock brake
purple sage (current term)
purple sandpiper
purple sanicle
purple saxifrage
purple silkweed
purple state
purple strawberry guava
purple swamphen
purple swamphens
purple trillium
purple velvet plant
purple virgin's bower
purple willow
purple yam
purpled

Literary usage of Purple sage

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1. Books Added: Five-year Cumulation of the Book Bulletin of the Chicago Public ...by Chicago Public Library by Chicago Public Library (1916)
"Sequel to the author's: serially, under the title: The desert Riders of the purple sage. -Riders of _ the purple sage. 1912. Greyfriars Bobby. ..."

2. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1917)
"The various varieties are known as the Purple-top clary, Red-top clary or White-top clary; also Red sage and purple sage. The two species (S. Sclarea and ..."

3. Bulletin of Additions to the Libraries, Classified, Annotated and Indexed...by Glasgow (Scotland). Public Libraries, Glasgow (Scotland) by Glasgow (Scotland). Public Libraries, Glasgow (Scotland) (1919)
"Kp. Grey (Z.) Riders of the purple sage. D. Gh. S. St. - The rainbow trail. Gh. S. St. A sequel to " Riders ot the purple sage." Harte (F. Bret) Stories and ..."

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