Definition of Cerule

1. a. Blue; cerulean.

Definition of Cerule

1. Adjective. (poetic) Cerulean. ¹

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Definition of Cerule

1. sky-blue [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cerule

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certified public accountant
certified registered nurse anaesthetist
certified safety professional
certifier
certifiers
certifies
certify
certifying
certiorari
certioraris
certitude
certitudes
certolizumab
certs
cerule (current term)
cerulean
cerulean blue
cerulean cataract
ceruleans
cerulein
ceruleins
cerulenin
ceruleous
cerulescent
ceruleus nucleus
ceruloplasmin
ceruloplasmins
cerumen
cerumenolysis

Literary usage of Cerule

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1. The Monthly Magazine by Richard Phillips, Benjamin Franklin Collection (Library of Congress) (1800)
"... and the cerule may be procured by ... obtained a patent for a new method ot nuking cerule or white-lead. MR. ..."

2. The Law Glossary: Being a Selection of the Greek, Latin, Saxon, French by Thomas Tayler (1858)
"Anciently, the right of images was peculiar to the Patricians; but afterwards the Plebeians also acquired it when admitted to cerule offices. ..."

3. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1866)
"The day is superb, the sky of cerule blue, my bosom filled with thoughts of the celestial II exhibit him then one of the fruits of the earth, to signify the ..."

4. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1822)
"Neither one thing nor t'other ; And though it was poorish, It deserved not the flourish Of that tomahawk cruel In the saffron and cerule, Which notch'd it ..."

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