peacock-blue


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peacock blue

n.
A moderate to dark or strong greenish blue.

pea′cock-blue′ adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.peacock-blue - of bright greenish blue
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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peacock-blue

[ˌpiːkɒkˈbluː] ADJazul inv (de) pavo real
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The gorgeous green and gold still clung to the darkening horizon; but the dome above was turning slowly from peacock-green to peacock-blue, and the stars detached themselves more and more like solid jewels.
Saxon screamed in sudden wonder of delight, then caught her breath and gazed at the amazing peacock-blue of a breaker, shot through with golden sunlight, overfalling in a mile-long sweep and thundering into white ruin of foam on a crescent beach of sand scarcely less white.
At last she was able to take her eyes from the surf and gaze at the sea-horizon of deepest peacock-blue and piled with cloud-masses, at the curve of the beach south to the jagged point of rocks, and at the rugged blue mountains seen across soft low hills, landward, up Carmel Valley.
Billy came back and lay beside her, lazying in the sea-cool sunshine, and together they watched the sun sink into the horizon where the ocean was deepest peacock-blue.
As Valentine (the wonderfully elegant Tom Turner, who seems made for the part) pursues the elegant Angelica (the equally gifted Justine Mitchell) he finds his penniless state a nuisance His rakish valet Jeremy (Carl Prekopp) fobs off suitors and outraged fathers, professional scandal-mongers and city philosophers, while Valentine, in a sucession of outrageous postures and a gorgeous peacock-blue satin suit, sees his inheritance passing into the hands of his brother Tom, a seafaring type whose view of the world leaves his parent a little more soothed.
And Eduardo Anaya created fashion drama with "well-curated pieces by Zara and Express Men's," she says, including his "notice-me-now peacock-blue jacket, crisp white shirt, classic bow tie and a Cartier-esque panther lapel pin.
MU EMMEW NU ENSUE OU OVERDUE PU PEACOCK-BLUE QU RU ARGUE SU ESSUE TU TEOCHEW UU EWE-STEW VU WU XU EXCHANGE-VALUE YU WYDUE or WYDEW (widow)
POOR Diana, daft as a brush in life, wore a peacock-blue shimmering dress and flat metallic shoes for her latest manifestation in self-styled "psychic healer" Simone Simons' London flat.
These 115 divine islands strewn across the peacock-blue Indian Ocean have all the key ingredients for a once-in-a-lifetime holiday, but their reputation as a millionaire s playground may have kept you away.