Definition of 'cerulean'
Example sentences containing 'cerulean'
He came towards us quickly, a small and amused smile on his sensual lips and his cerulean blue eyes sparkling.WEB OF DREAMS (2003) WEB OF DREAMS (2003) THE CALLIGRAPHER (2003)
She is painted a rich cerulean blue underneath, with a thin buff stripe dividing this from the deep maroon paint of the gunwales.TROPIC OF NIGHT (2003)
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