from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The color of the sky; a particular tint of blue; azure.


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  • The sky is not any discernible sky-color outside and I am starting to doubt its existence.


  • The vivid blue made her eyes nearly sky-color, and brightened her hair very satisfactorily.

    The Rose-Garden Husband

  • She wore always what seemed to be gossamer, rose-color in one light, sky-color in another; a flexible film that one moment defined the long slim lines of her body and the next concealed them completely.

    Angel Island

  • They were mostly of pale sky-color, and, with their lights out and with fuel that made little smoke, they ran to and from Wilmington with considerable regularity.

    The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government


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