Adjective "sky-blue" definition and examples

(Sky-blue may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

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Definitions and examples

noun

A bright clear blue.
  1. as modifier 'a sky-blue suit'
  2. 'She had on a gauzey type dress, V neck, in the most sky blue of blues he had ever seen.'
  3. 'Her intense blue eyes sparkled, matching her sky blue sleeveless shirt and jeans.'
  4. 'She wore a gold band on her head like the other two, only hers was sky blue and she wore a long, sky blue dress with blue straps.'
  5. 'She wore a blue dress that melted from deep blue to sky blue all the while hugging every curve on her body.'
  6. 'Brilliant sky-blue eyes shone out from his tanned face.'
  7. 'My eyes were a cold, icy blue, not at all like the warm sky blue they used to be.'
  8. 'I wear a bandana on my head that is army print in dark blue, black and sky blue.'
  9. 'Beyond the darkness, Doune saw a clear and sunny sky blue itching to break through.'
  10. 'One wore a pair of sky blue trainers with white laces and one wore a grey coloured fleecy sports hooded top.'
  11. 'He has short brown hair, he's tanned and he has sky blue eyes, and everyone loves him.'

More definitions

noun

1. the color of the unclouded sky in daytime; azure.

More examples(as adjective)

"eyes can be sky-blue."

"shirts can be sky-blue."

"seas can be sky-blue."

"ups can be sky-blue."

"uniforms can be sky-blue."

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Origin

(sky blue)