dark-blue


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Adj.1.dark-blue - of a dark shade of blue
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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Bezukhov, now, is blue, dark-blue and red, and he is square.
Karain bent his head: Hollis threw lightly over it the dark-blue ribbon and stepped back.
A tall girl, with large dark-blue eyes, ivory outlines, and a gloss of darkness on her smooth hair.
They struck savagely and pow- erfully at each other for a period of minutes, and then the lighter-hued regiments faltered and drew back, leaving the dark-blue lines shouting.
Lake Thracymene, illumined by the evening sun, lay like flaming gold between the dark-blue mountain-ridges; here, where Hannibal defeated Flaminius, the rivers now held each other in their green embraces; lovely, half-naked children tended a herd of black swine, beneath a group of fragrant laurel-trees, hard by the road-side.
He was dressed in dark-blue serge, and had peculiarly thick, coarse, black hair.
For dress the insect wore a dark-blue swallowtail coat with a yellow silk lining and a flower in the button-hole; a vest of white duck that stretched tightly across the wide body; knickerbockers of fawn-colored plush, fastened at the knees with gilt buckles; and, perched upon its small head, was jauntily set a tall silk hat.
Aramis, not wishing to part with his sword, selected a dark-blue cloak of a military cut.
Craig's prophecy, the dark-blue cloud dispersed itself without having produced the threatened consequences.