ultramarine

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Noun[edit]

ultramarine (countable and uncountable, plural ultramarines)

  1. A brilliant blue pigment that is either extracted from mineral deposits or made synthetically.
  2. A brilliant pure dark blue or slightly purplish colour.
    ultramarine colour:    

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Adjective[edit]

ultramarine (comparative more ultramarine, superlative most ultramarine)

  1. Of a brilliant blue colour.
  2. Beyond the sea.
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French[edit]

Adjective[edit]

ultramarine

  1. feminine singular of ultramarin

German[edit]

Adjective[edit]

ultramarine

  1. inflected form of ultramarin

Italian[edit]

Adjective[edit]

ultramarine

  1. feminine plural of ultramarino