azury

azury

(ˈæʒərɪ; ˈæʒʊərɪ; ˈeɪ-)
n
a bluish colour
adj
azure, bluish
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According to Stevens, man is eager to obtain the truth "in a calm world" where "there is no other meaning" ("The House Was Quiet and the World Was Calm," TCP 359) and to have his mind "rest" in "a permanent realization," breathing "his bronzen breath at the azury center of time" ("This Solitude of Cataracts," TCP 425).