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English citations of burgundy

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  • 1875, Glasgow Medical Journal, v 7, A. Macdougall, p 540:
    The wetted cloths were at first much as usual, but after some hours a purple or burgundy colour was developed.
  • 1881, “What Parisians Wear”, in Charles Dickens ed., Household Words: A Weekly Journal, v 1, p 215:
    New colours in gloves are steel and burgundy, while terra-cotta and tuscan are also leading shades.