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purple

1. any of various colours with a hue lying between red and blue and often highly saturated; a nonspectral colour
2. cloth of this colour, often used to symbolize royalty or nobility
3. high rank; nobility
4. 
a. the official robe of a cardinal
b. the rank, office, or authority of a cardinal as signified by this
5. the purple bishops collectively
6. of the colour purple
7. (of writing) excessively elaborate or full of imagery
8. noble or royal

What does it mean when you dream about the color purple?

Used by monarchs for centuries, purple is the color of royalty, high rank, and dignity. This highly regarded color has connotations of transformation, particularly personal transformation. Esoterically, it represents the crown chakra, which is the highest center of consciousness in certain metaphysical systems.

purple

color worn by persons of high rank. [Western Culture: Misc.]

Purple

(dreams)
Purple is usually the color of royalty, high rank, or dignity. It is a strong color that can not be ignored. Likewise, most people have a strong opinion of purple:they really like it or vehemently dislike it. To some people, purple has spiritual connotations. The Catholic Church uses it at funerals and around Easter time. It represents spiritual and personal transformation. Purple could also represent higher consciousness and spiritual protection. A version of purple is also the color of the crown Chakra. When interpreting this color consider all of the details in the dream and try to make connections between the above mentioned ideas and your current issues.
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Then yesterday, the prose became purpler still as the Fayedpropaganda exercise was stepped up again.
30-1, 'With an inferior circlet near it still, | Which looks like that which lit our early nights?' The critical apparatus tells us that the MS reading, followed by More and Steffan, is 'purpler'; the commentary reads: 'It is possible that "near it" is a printing-house simplification of the MS reading, which may be either "purpler" or "purpled".' Whilst in this case, the printed 1821 text is kept, 'nights' in the next line has been restored from the MS, with the note '1821 probably deviates inadvertently from the MS reading.' In Heaven and Earth, iii.
Then he really went to work, prose purpler with each mile flown.