Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as Blue Point oyster.

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Examples

  • He thrust in the blue-point of his pocket-knife to test the constitution of the stuff.

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  • He was a gorgeous cat, a five-month-old blue-point Siamese with eyes like blue laser beams: thus, his name.

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  • He was a gorgeous cat, a five-month-old blue-point Siamese with eyes like blue laser beams: thus, his name.

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  • Nick had a dozen blue-point oysters, the dish the restaurant is most famous for.

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  • In the midst of duck-hunting camps with wide, screened-in porches and adjacent boathouses was the tiny vegetable farm and blue-point crab business of Woodrow Reed.

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  • In the midst of duck-hunting camps with wide, screened-in porches and adjacent boathouses was the tiny vegetable farm and blue-point crab business of Woodrow Reed.

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  • He thrust in the blue-point of his pocket-knife to test the constitution of the stuff.

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  • He thrust in the blue-point of his pocket-knife to test the constitution of the stuff.

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  • We earnestly discuss blue-point oysters and caviare, which, if you "know the man," you can get sent fresh on the Vienna Express from

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  • However, my third, a husky blue-point Siamese mix, was holding out, and I was afraid he might never like it.

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