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  • adj. of something having a color that is a light shiny blue


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  • There it was in all its long-necked, silvery-blue glory, looking across the water at me, taking in my pain with patience and stillness.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grieving and Recovery

  • James opened his hands, and the sword dissipated into a cloud of silvery-blue effervescence that sank into his body.


  • Nature appears violent when viewed in this tormented state: "Above the inky expanse of lawn, the moon was a silvery-blue discus that seemed to have been thrown at great speed through scudding masses of black cloud."

    Occupy Elm Street

  • In the front, homeowner Tammy Kovar built a hill between existing palm trees and planted an understory, layering such native plants as silvery-blue saw palmettos, paurotis palms, coontie palms and Simpson's stopper shrubs.

    Giving Up On Grass

  • It's cool silvery-blue vehicle, and seems to float in slow motion through the Earth's most beautiful scenery.

    Excerpt from VITAL FLUID, published by Enigmatic Ink

  • She had on a strapless silvery-blue dress and her black hair was hanging loose in thick waves.


  • Hungarian Blue - This has silvery-blue skin, and firm orange flesh.

    Proud to Partake of Your Pumpkin Pie

  • As the van labored up the winding road from the lake, I looked out the rear window toward the silvery-blue water hundreds of feet below.

    The Grateful Living

  • If you click it to enlarge, you can make out--in the silvery-blue part-- a sort of image of something there.

    Easter Wreck Round Up

  • The Ice Cream banana is silvery-blue on the outside and tastes like vanilla ice cream.

    The Fruit Hunters


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