Definition of Blue air

1. Noun. The sky as viewed during daylight. "He shot an arrow into the blue"

Exact synonyms: Blue, Blue Sky, Wild Blue Yonder
Generic synonyms: Sky



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blue Air

blue-rinse brigade
blue-sided leaf frog
blue-sided leaf frogs
blue-skies
blue-sky thinking
blue-tongue lizard
blue-tongue lizards
blue-tongued lizard
blue-tongued skink
blue-water
blue-winged kookaburra
blue-winged teal
blue African lily
blue air (current term)
blue angel
blue ash
blue asphyxia
blue atrophy
blue beech
blue beeches
blue bellies
blue belly
blue beret
blue blood
blue bloods
blue book

Literary usage of Blue air

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1863)
"For the moon to unfold " the lull of the quiet blue air " must, wo suppose, mean that it was unfolding the quiet of the quiet blue air, a difficult thing ..."

2. Dollars and Sense of Command and Control by Raymond C. Bjorklund (1995)
"The commander of BLUE brigade requests battlefield air interdiction from BLUE air forces (response formulated, response initiated). BLUE air force diverts ..."

3. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1906)
"If the painter paints his atmosphere as something blue you may rest assured that he paints it all blue, fe, all this cubical space he fills up with blue air ..."

4. Aviation in the U.S. Army, 1919-1939 by Maurer Maurer (1987)
"General Headquarters gave blue air force the missions of locating and attacking Black ... All blue air force units had reached the theater and were engaged. ..."

5. The National Review edited by Richard Holt Hutton, Walter Bagehot (1863)
"For the moon to unfold " the lull of the quiet blue air" must, we suppose, mean that it was unfolding the quiet of the quiet blue air, a difficult thing for ..."

6. Brooks's Readers by Stratton Duluth Brooks (1906)
"But when you look up through the air, you see that it is of a blue color. You call the blue air the sky. The sky is the blue air that surrounds the earth. ..."

7. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1863)
"For the moon to unfold " the lull of the quiet blue air " must, wo suppose, mean that it was unfolding the quiet of the quiet blue air, a difficult thing ..."

8. Dollars and Sense of Command and Control by Raymond C. Bjorklund (1995)
"The commander of BLUE brigade requests battlefield air interdiction from BLUE air forces (response formulated, response initiated). BLUE air force diverts ..."

9. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1906)
"If the painter paints his atmosphere as something blue you may rest assured that he paints it all blue, fe, all this cubical space he fills up with blue air ..."

10. Aviation in the U.S. Army, 1919-1939 by Maurer Maurer (1987)
"General Headquarters gave blue air force the missions of locating and attacking Black ... All blue air force units had reached the theater and were engaged. ..."

11. The National Review edited by Richard Holt Hutton, Walter Bagehot (1863)
"For the moon to unfold " the lull of the quiet blue air" must, we suppose, mean that it was unfolding the quiet of the quiet blue air, a difficult thing for ..."

12. Brooks's Readers by Stratton Duluth Brooks (1906)
"But when you look up through the air, you see that it is of a blue color. You call the blue air the sky. The sky is the blue air that surrounds the earth. ..."

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