On Monday, Nicole Richie debuted her latest Technicolor hairstyle—a side-swept cerulean low bun—on Good Morning America.
The binding is of cerulean satin, richly embroidered with thread of changeful golden tissue.
And out of these shone, shone on us, the cerulean and sapphire glory!
How, all day long, the verdure-clad shores smile up to the clear, cerulean heaven that arches above!
So we went, all of us, back through vast woodland to cerulean water.
Or the cerulean borrowed from the tint of the southern indigo.
The cerulean tint seems much rarer among the feathered tribes there than here.
So far did he plunge into the cerulean depths that I could just discern the movement of his wings.
Gone now are her banks of emerald that carried our calm gazings with them, sloping away back into the cerulean sky.
All along its twisting course two broad bands of jet margined the cerulean shore.
1660s, with -an + Latin caeruleus "blue, dark blue, blue-green," perhaps dissimilated from caelulum, diminutive of caelum "heaven, sky," of uncertain origin (see celestial). The Latin word was applied by Roman authors to the sky, the Mediterranean, and occasionally to leaves or fields. As a noun, from 1756.