baby blue


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baby blue

n.
A very light to very pale greenish or purplish blue.

ba′by blue′


n.
a very light blue.
[1885–90, Amer.]
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She will bring her Because I'm Shappi live show to Baby Blue at the Albert Dock on September 23.
ke-print 9, Biba @aser; jeans, sland; print 50, M&S PASTELS Mix pastel shades such as pale pink and baby blue for a feminine look.
BABY BLUE With pastels all over the high street, this jumper works as well with a feminine skirt as with jeans.
uk Jel Dommett and Jeff Leach (Comedy Central, Baby Blue, Albert Dock).
With no prices about today's hat, bookmakers Paddy Power updated their novelty Queen's Hat betting before Ladies' Day tomorrow, making peach/apricot the 4-1 favourite and baby blue second favourite at 9-2, with green not surprisingly drifting to 20-1.
99 each Less than half price - worth pounds 25 Available in sand, creamy white, chocolate, purple, raspberry, cerise, baby pink, baby blue, peacock, lavender, mint, black, lime green, racing green and navy.
Big-hearted school friend Dominique McLean, 22, and her partner Alan Smith, 47, stepped forward and handed over a massive pounds 1,000 from their own pockets to help purchase a baby blue marble headstone to match the colour of Paul's eyes.
BABY Blue has packed his trunk for the biggest adventure of his short life.
Deluxe luggage tags in baby blue or tan, handmade from classic English bridle or jewel calf leather, with gold foil address card, $30 for a pair, and deluxe passport cover in baby blue, with ribbon marker, moire silk lining, and a small pocket on the inside cover, $40, by Aspinal of London.
Florida's Matt Rindge lipslides a Baby Blue Brand[R] My First Handrails
I turned slyly toward the audience and winked a baby blue.