- n a blue dye obtained from plants or made synthetically
- n deciduous subshrub of southeastern Asia having pinnate leaves and clusters of red or purple flowers; a source of indigo dye
- n a blue-violet color
- s having a color between blue and violet
- When she colors her fabrics, she often dips them in natural dyes, such as indigo, cochineal (a scarlet pigment produced by a parasite that lives on cacti) and fustic (a yellow dye .
- On the opposite, indigo extreme are the currently unfashionable "progressives," who believe that learning should be like breathing--natural and relaxed, that school should take its .
- Usually indigo flows with the blood stream to various organs, surrenders its oxygen and turns white again.
- Ratan Tata in Hindu Business Line
The Indigo Manza is a contemporary sedan on a new car platform that has the potential to emerge as a class leader,said Mr Ratan Tata, Chairman, Tata Motors, in a statement.
- Emily Saliers in Hilton Head Island Packet
When we come back to the Indigo Girls, it's like coming home,Saliers said. "But we know we can retreat from that. It's not like we're putting all our eggs in that basket."
- Luis Fernandez in WELT ONLINE
We have seen that Hotel Indigo has been incredibly received in North America, so we are confident in the success of this property,said Luis Fernandez, president, Prime Holding. "Hotel Indigo is a unique and innovative brand, perfect for...