Duke is always a “contender,” but these blue devils are almost universally deemed to be especially vulnerable.
I neither eat nor sleep, and have, besides, the blue devils.
He went on with these pranks for some years, till he took a fit of the blue devils.
"Line up, you blue devils," came Charlie de Soto's raucous cry.
We're a glorious combination against the blue devils, that's what we are.
I like to be out of the shell—but much of that kind of thing could only result in the blue devils.
The blue devils had reached the gangway; they were just below them when one looked up.
You see the blue devils have the upper hand of me tonight, Myra.
You would not suppose that we are subject to the blue devils?
I dare say he's finely chagrined at this temporary parting—Eat up with the blue devils, I warrant.
blue devil n.
A blue capsule or tablet containing barbiturate amobarbital or its sodium derivative.
A feeling of depression; despondency.
A capsule of Amytal2, a type of barbiturate
[1950s+ Narcotics; perhaps fr a 1920s popular song ''My Blue Heaven'']