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blue in Colours topic

blueblue2 ●●● S3 W3 noun  1 [countable, uncountable]CC the colour of the sky or the sea on a fine day She nearly always dresses in blue. the rich greens and blues of the tapestry2 blues3 the blues4 out of the blue5 Blue6 the blue
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blueExpect thunder, expect lightning, expect country and blues and rock and expect him to offer the unexpected, too.On the other hand, blue and green are subdued and bring calm to a garden.Carolyn's the one dressed in blue.From the heart of a large flat pebble-shaped stone he has revealed two fishes in brilliant, iridescent blues.His eyes are a washed-out blue.He saw a woman in the rich blue of a nursing uniform at the wheel.I especially like the rich blues and reds of the painting.Come to think of it, Columbia wouldn't have been around if it hadn't been for the blues.The elegant spring spires of delphiniums are perhaps the truest of the blues.These good ole boys could turn the blues into a rainbow.