Definition of 'blueish'
Example sentences containing 'blueish'
He looked younger, dark and sharp-featured, with hollow cheeks and a blueish jaw in need of a shave.A WORM OF DOUBT
"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.LOST CHILDREN
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