from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Variant of bluish.
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- adj. Alternative spelling of bluish.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of the color intermediate between green and violet; having a color similar to that of a clear unclouded sky
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It held a stone, too; a single pillar of some kind of blueish rock.
It was a kind of blueish grey, its great mouth a gash of crimson in its head whilst wicked eyes gleamed from their sockets making it look like some supernatural demon from the Zylorian "Halls of the Dead"
It is a good chrome its just the way the picture came out that makes it look kind of blueish and two tones of color.
I had no idea if the alcohol would be damaging to the dough's condition (alcohol does not allow for gluten development at the same rate as water or milk) or moisture, and I knew that walnuts often will tint a bread dough blueish just be their volatile oils.
Instead, the right-wing of the VA party has, with incredible speed and efficiency, turned one of the most solidly Republican states in the country into one with a decidedly blueish hue.
When NASA published this blueish image from this event I was 'sold', of course.
All the action is on the small blueish screen where a young, fat man is now being led away in hand cuffs.
What she sees are beautiful, huge blueish white petals, with a blue center, and little green leaves on her back.
And all the previous posts seem to be free of the blueish hue. azsumrg1rl Says:
Did you get a new scanner, because there is a blueish hue on the last three cards.
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