He had a vague glimpse from the corner of his eye of the hat-and-cloak counter, and then he was in the square with the cold night breeze blowing on his forehead and the stars winking down from the blue
Her calm pale face, with dim, wide-opened blue
eyes, looked upward from amid a great tangle of golden hair.
The place seemed new and full of new forms of beauty, in proof of which they showed handkerchiefs which the women had worn round their heads, and primitive carvings coloured bright greens and blues
They dress exactly like flowers, and change with the seasons, putting on white when lilies are in and blue
-bells, and so on.
cried Dorothy, who was sorry for the poor man; so she ran back to the buggy and took from her suit-case a pretty blue
Our absence would never have been noticed, and we should have sat at home and had the blues
They were eyes different from the eyes I knew, from the blues
and greys and hazels of my own family, from the pale and genial blues
of the Irish.
In the porch she found a crowd of little girls, all more or less gaily attired in whites and blues
and pinks, and all staring with curious eyes at this stranger in their midst, with her extraordinary head adornment.
Staying in this dull place was enough to give anyone the blues
Next morning Billy awoke with his blues
It appears, then, that the Eatanswill people, like the people of many other small towns, considered themselves of the utmost and most mighty importance, and that every man in Eatanswill, conscious of the weight that attached to his example, felt himself bound to unite, heart and soul, with one of the two great parties that divided the town--the Blues
and the Buffs.
On the morning before the election, Jerry was putting me into the shafts, when Dolly came into the yard sobbing and crying, with her little blue
frock and white pinafore spattered all over with mud.