Definition of Blueness

1. Noun. Blue color or pigment; resembling the color of the clear sky in the daytime. "He had eyes of bright blue"




Definition of Blueness

1. n. The quality of being blue; a blue color.

Definition of Blueness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being blue. ¹

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Definition of Blueness

1. the state of being blue [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blueness

bluejacking
bluejackings
bluejacks
bluejay
bluejays
bluejeans
bluejet
bluejets
blueline
blueliner
blueliners
bluelines
bluelink
bluelinks
bluely
blueness (current term)
bluenesses
bluenette
bluenettes
bluenose
bluenosed
bluenoses
bluepoint
bluepoints
bluepoll
blueprint
blueprint paper
blueprinted
blueprinting
blueprints

Literary usage of Blueness

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1. The Rhyming Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Whole Language by John Walker, John Longmuir (1902)
"... blueness, rueful, &c., and at the same time would preclude the possible mistake which might arise if the simples blue and rue were not understood to be ..."

2. Plutarch's Lives by Plutarch, John Langhorne, William Langhorne (1823)
"It was conjectured, indeed, from the largeness of their stature, and the blueness of their eyes, as well as because the Germans call banditti cimbri, ..."

3. Stevenson's Shrine: The Record of a Pilgrimage by Laura Stubbs (1903)
"... the beautiful "sapphire-spangled marriage-ring of the land," and down from us to the blueness, and beyond us, to an infinitude of distance, ..."

4. General Science: A Book of Projects by Edgar Alden Bedford (1921)
"... and sunrise and of the blueness of the sky?—What are the chief colors of sunset and sunrise? In the experiment, in which by means of the ..."

5. The Glaciers of the Alps: Being a Narrative of Excursions and Ascents, an by John Tyndall (1896)
"The juices of various plants owe their blueness to the same cause ; but perhaps the most curious illustration is that presented by a blue eye. ..."

6. A Dictionary of Domestic Medicine: Giving a Description of Diseases by John Henry Clarke (1901)
"blueness and tendency to chilblains. Secale.—Numbness and cramps along with the coldness. Nat. m.—In chilly subjects; constipation. Calc. c. ..."

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