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Definition of Bluet
1. a meadow flower [n -S]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Bluet
Literary usage of Bluet
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Works of the Camden Society by Camden Society (Great Britain), Royal Historical Society (Great Britain) (1898)
"26 T/w> bluet his negotiations at Rome. [Heading in another hand.] Paris, Dec. ... 1602 Mr bluet at his return from Rome 6 Decemb'". 64'f" m Deo. ..."
2. The Normal Course in Reading: The New First Reader : Word Pictures and by Emma J. Todd, William Bramwell Powell (1896)
"THE bluet. What a beautiful little flower you are! What is your name, little flower? " My name is bluet." What a pretty name! You are so blue, we, too, ..."
3. Out-door Music: Songs of Birds, Trees, Flowers, the Road, Love, Religion by Ella Gilbert Ives (1908)
"... AND bluet' UTMOST April without a bluebird! Ah, what could match her woes, Save May without a bobolink Or June without a rose? ..."
4. Verses by Bertha Gerneaux Davis Woods (1903)
"TO A bluet. With the southern wind swaying you, sweet, And the weeds pressing ... Sway on, I must leave you, and yet Little bluet, I will not forget The ..."