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blueness

[bloo-nis] /ˈblu nɪs/
noun
1.
the quality or state of being blue.
Origin
1485-1495
1485-95; blue + -ness
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  • The blueness of the ocean and sky, the clarity and purity of it all is amazing.
  • The disadvantage of this increased redness and blueness is that higher-power lasers are required.
  • Water down azure, for example, and you get blue and blueness.
  • Their purity and extraordinary depth give the lakes a blueness of indescribable intensity.
  • Cultivars selected for their blue color are grown from cuttings to preserve the genes for blueness.
  • He looked touched by something, an impression furthered by the dazzling blueness of his eyes and the fewness of his words.
  • The main character appears to have been cast based on the startling blueness of his eyes, rather than his acting ability.
  • More about brilliance than actual blueness, it's worth a look upwards as you're moving about our three towns tomorrow night.
  • The trucks pour in from the countryside as the light loses the cold blueness of dawn.
  • Symptoms, such as shortness of breath and blueness of the skin, can occur rapidly over a period of days.

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