true blue


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true′ blue′


n.
a person who is true-blue.
[1665–75]

true′-blue′



adj.
unwaveringly loyal or faithful.
[1665–75]
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Whether it were in consequence or in spite of his political creed, I do not mean to give an opinion, though I have one; but certain it is that he held therewith divers social principles not generally supposed to be true blue in colour.
Madame's bedroom was draped in a fabric of true blue and furnished in a rococo manner.
Wenham himself was a staunch old True Blue Tory, and his father a small coal-merchant in the north of England), this aide-de-camp of the Marquis never showed any sort of hostility to the new favourite, but pursued her with stealthy kindnesses and a sly and deferential politeness which somehow made Becky more uneasy than other people's overt hostilities.
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True Blue sees Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney return to a more blues heavy, chilled-out sound, which adds a nice variation to the album.
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At first glance, Deborah Ellis's YA novel, True Blue, appears to be a departure from her middle school novels featuring resourceful, optimistic children tackling obstacles like homelessness, disease, violence and exploitation in developing countries (e.