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  • Sky-blue floor melted into butterscotch walls with creamy drapes covering nighttime windows.

    The Black Madonna

  • Sky-blue, latas-blue, he was a wonderful beast to look upon.

    Joust

  • Sky-blue tile edged with a navy-blue border lined the long countertop and the single sink was deep enough for the washing machine to empty into.

    Did You Say Twins

  • Sky-blue and true-blue, with stars to gleam aright—

    Wilbur D. Nesbit (1871-1927)

  • Sky-blue, to express the assured hope that the deceased has gone to heaven, is the mourning of Syria, Cappadocia, and Armenia.

    The Handy Cyclopedia of Things Worth Knowing A Manual of Ready Reference

  • Sky-blue seems to have been their favourite colour.

    Old Calabria

  • Around the shores and all over some of the innumerable lakes of the "Land of Sky-blue Water" was this wild cereal found.

    Indian Boyhood

  • Around the shores and all over some of the innumerable lakes of the "Land of Sky-blue Water" was this wild cereal found.

    Indian Boyhood

  • Sky-blue draperies, deeply embroidered in Japanese fashion, with birds of the air and fishes of the seas in such bewildering colour as only the

    The Chronicles of a Gay Gordon

  • Sky-blue pajamas, one rubber boot, and one red-plush slipper completed his make-up.

    Rolling Stones

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