He'd broken the stick out of a lilac hedge a block from their house.
Trim trousers in nubby shades of lilac were paired with jackets in iridescent hues of melon.
One of these collaborations includes a lilac hourglass-shaped Tadashi gown in which Spencer collected her very first Golden Globe.
"There is a whole other side to this island from the lilac fudge and the horses," she said.
Sky and soft sunlight tint the snow blue, pink, lilac, peach.
His driver leaned down and peered into the shadow of the lilac bush.
I gave her a spray of lilac, I remember, and you gave her a franc.
He is green, with a throat and crown of changeable colors, lilac and red.
Not only the milk changes to a lilac when cut, but the flesh itself.
The two girls had just time to take one more deep breath, full of the fragrance from the lilac blossoms, before the bell rang.
1620s, from French lilac "shrub of genus Syringa with mauve flowers," from Spanish lilac, from Arabic lilak, from Persian lilak, variant of nilak "bluish," from nil "indigo" (cf. Sanskrit nilah "dark blue"), of uncertain origin. As a color name, attested from 1791; as a scent, from 1895. As an adjective, "pale pinkish-purple," from 1801. Related: Lilaceous.