- Refers to a symbolism of colour, dating to mediaeval times, in which blue represents loyalty, constancy, faithfulness and truth. (Wiktionary)
“He’d spent the early morning hours trying to convince himself that Elise Laird was as true blue as a nun, had never told a lie in her life, had never even fudged the truth.”
“This is the true blue blood; and the bluest of all is “Kohláni al-Ajúz” (of the old woman) a name thus accounted for.”
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A place for me to keep the names I see on cannons. Leave me alone. I already know I'm a geek.
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Some words will just always conjure images of my country for me.
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