Blues [noun]

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She dressed in simple lines and quiet tones, dark blues and black, with only a broad lace collar and cuffs in neat relief.

The woods of the Undercliff sank softly to the blues and purple, the silver streaks and gorgeous shadows of the sea floor.

I shall hear of his having the blues and nervous attacks next, I suppose.

She made a white-robed, dusky figure against the deep blues of my big window.

I like the Wall of Troy design you are using, and the blues and gray will be a good combination.

That there is room for new blues, durable and distinct, cannot therefore be denied.

Two white ones, a pink, two blues and a brown—aren't they dear?

D'ye know why, a month ago, I badgered Newcastle into getting me a company in the Blues?

There is a colony of farm cats at Rodmell, Sussex, from which very fine blues are bred.

Alfred collected all the country boys he could enlist and called them the "Red Stone Blues."