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- n. A light blue color .
- n. Cloth or clothes of this color.
- adj. Of the color watchet (as of eyes, clothes, etc.).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pale or light blue.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A light- or pale-blue color.
Above, the sky was watchet blue, free of all but the thinnest clouds.
July 10, 2009 at 4:29 am wellol… iffn u dus so mawchleh reck ohm end dis… ai will habs 2 watchet
It should be watchet as it was intendet to do... not cutten down like this.
On the islet appeared a beautiful woman, clad in a watchet-coloured silken mantle, bound with a broad girdle inscribed with characters like the phylacteries of the Hebrews.
Long processions of maidens all in white, and others of maidens all in pale watchet-blue, are threading the principal streets.
On the islet appeared a beautiful woman, clad in a watchet-coloured silken mantle, bound with a broad girdle, inscribed with characters like the phylacteries of the Hebrews.
In a cloak of rough watchet blue he had borrowed from his host and a hat less conspicuous than that he had come in from Stirling, he passed, to such strangers in the locality, for some tacksman of the countryside, or a traveller like themselves.
Atmosphere has no abiding place, no set rules for its coming and going; when you walk upon the hills, their watchet raiment fades, and you cannot carry home the primrose mist of morning.
Then bucks flaunt tiger-lily ties and watchet suits,
And disregarding my blushes and protests, he held up the watchet blue frock against me, and it was near fitting me but for my breadth, -- the skirts being prodigiously long.