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sky-blue (ˌskaɪˈbluː) 



  1. of a light or pale blue colour   ⇒ Her silk shirtdress was sky-blue, the colour of her eyes.

Example Sentences Including 'sky-blue'

Around her neck was a string of white pearls; her silk shirtdress was sky-blue , the colour of her eyes.
McCorquodale, Robin Dansville
Both have sky-blue covers (though he is lounging on the pavement while she swans by in a chrome sports car).
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
He thought about it for a while, staring through me with those sky-blue eyes.
Wood, Ted Fools Gold
North of the Heng Mountain, the aura are black at the bottom and sky-blue on top.
Walters, Derek Chinese Astrology
On the butt of each was a beret signifying each who died -- 15 sandy-coloured for the SAS soldiers, and three sky-blue for the airmen.
Misc (1999)
Something in his sky-blue eyes switched off at the mention of the word `dream".
Ian St James Awards At the Stroke of Twelve
The romanisti should buy sky-blue scarves as soon as possible.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Varricchio says Halle Berry's sky-blue taffeta Golden Globes gown translates well to a wedding dress.
Globe and Mail (2003)


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