from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of azure.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • The Union Shield across the body of the eagle uses horizontal parallel lines, called azures, to represent the color blue.

    Draped Bust Half Dime, Heraldic Eagle, 1800-1805 : Coin Guide

  • Ms. Taylor always shows the most amazing cool blues, azures and deep lavenders.

    Mary Hall: New York Fashion Week: Rebecca Taylor Fall 2011

  • Not as nice as the Ottoman Rose, and it could be a bit darker, but I understand on some intellectual level that New England skies are a different color from most other skies, and I can't judge other azures by the azure we have here at home.

    if they take us, they will burn us.

  • October 1st, 2005 at 7:17 am i donno great thing your doing but maybe you should consider another filesharing program given what limewires been doing with it lately or give out older versions and tell them not to update it or theyre screwed essentially or give them shareaza and azures. dont get offeneded or anything, it is a great thing your doing, just a suggestion

    757 new RIAA victims

  • It seemed to draw to itself the light, sending it back with gleamings of the gray-blue of the star sapphire, with pellucid azures and lazulis like clouded jades, with glistening peacock iridescences and tender, milky greens of tropic shallows.

    The Metal Monster

  • French greys contrasting with the rosy pinks, the azures, the purples, and the golden yellows with which distance paints the horizon.

    The Land of Midian

  • As he watched, the wave of colors flowed over the arch of the sky, shimmering in a luminous corona and rolling in clouds of azures and deep crimsons.

    Ice Hunt

  • As they gained height, the air grew fresher and colour rioted, azures and crimsons, yellows and mauves, all the beautifully tinted snares of nature.


  • She made a brave figure in the flood of sunlight that poured through the gules and azures of the long blazoned windows, her tall, lissome figure clad in a close-fitting robe of black velvet, her abundant glossy black hair rolled back under its white coif, her black eyes and scarlet lips detaching from the ivory of her face, in which no trace of emotion showed, for all the anxiety that consumed her.

    Saint Martin's Summer

  • To this end man must turn himself away from all outward exercise, and exercise himself inwardly; for all outward exercise goeth over to en azures, all inward to God.

    The Following of Christ.


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.