from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Colour, hue.
- n. Complexion.
- n. Form, texture, consistency.
- n. General resemblance, likeness; aspect, appearance, look.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Complexion; color; hue; likeness; form.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Color; hue; complexion.
Till the rhythmic hills roar silent through a spongious kind of blee:
Click here for more information on our wine-tasting event. oublieux, oublieuse (ooh-blee-uuh, ooh-blee-uuhz) adjective deliberately forgetful
A-HOLE CHEF Testimonial: When I first met Gordon I wuz all like, wha the blah blee bloo iz zis guy??
I'm printing out HOUSE OF CARDS for revisions (blee), and it's a 475 page manuscript in my usual style (Courier font size 12, line height set to exact: 25pt, 1 margins all around on letter-sized paper).
One cat, "Blee-blee" "short" for Blixa, took an instant liking to me despite being a bit of a scaredy cat and afraid of most people.
Dah da dee da doo de blah blee Eliot Spitzer prostitues!
And what that blooming garth of cheek enguards of rosy blee:
Captured me six all bright with youthful blee, iv.
Slept in mine arms full moon of brightest blee, x.
Rising below the wings of Night engloomed with blackest blee: