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bluish in Colours topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbluishblu‧ish /ˈbluːɪʃ/ adjective  CCslightly blue Her skin had a bluish tinge.
Examples from the Corpus
bluishHer hair was disorderly, and the color of her skin was bluish black, which is a sign of incurable leprosy.Her rapid pulse, high blood pressure, irregular breathing, and bluish discoloration of the skin all called for life-saving measures.Mr Sammler, back walking the streets, which now were dark blue, a bluish glow from the street lamps.The patient's lips were bluish - I'd say she has a heart problem.In the bluish light, he seemed far away, not yet a creature of flesh and blood.Overhead, a bulb casts an eerie bluish light.If you prefer silver, stick with bluish pinks and deeper shades.The bluish shadows beneath her eyes made the eyes themselves look enormous.His green eyes were taking on a bluish tinge and hers were going green with so much exchanging of deep looks.a bluish tingeHis green eyes were taking on a bluish tinge and hers were going green with so much exchanging of deep looks.