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blueish (ˈbluːɪʃ) 



  1. see bluish

bluish or blueish (ˈbluːɪʃ Pronunciation for )



  1. somewhat blue

Derived Forms

ˈbluishness, ˈblueishness noun

Example Sentences Including 'blueish'

"Her face was tiny, a mask of tough bones with a small neat mouth painted much too pink, the blueish pink of a girl's first lipstick.
Gee, Maggie Lost Children
He looked younger, dark and sharp-featured, with hollow cheeks and a blueish jaw in need of a shave.
Meek, M R D A Worm of Doubt
In each case, the glass has a transmittance peak that is centred on the blueish light coming from the balls.
New Scientist (1998)
It uses the acronym NCC/ CCN against a green background on one side, with a blueish background on the other side.
canada.com (2004)
The victims felt intensely cold and their skin turned a blueish hue.
Callaghan, Mary Rose Kitty O'Shea - The Story of Katharine Parnell
Young stars burn with a blueish light, while older ones glow red.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)


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