bleu de roi, made from cobalt; a deep lapis lazuli, sometimes veined and sown with gold.
Whatever is not practical, whatever cannot be expressed clearly in black and white, he calls “bleu.”
So saying, and bidding his people take good care of bleu Sanglier's retinue, the Prince left the hall with his daughter.
Special mention need only be made of the jewelled porcelain (Figs. 262 and 263) on a bleu de roi ground.
A page bore a steel gauntlet on a cushion; bleu Sanglier had his hat on his head.
And taking the steel glove from the page, bleu Boar flung it clanging on the marble floor.
Well, never mind, I have lived to see it in the bleu dhorizon of a new and glorious day.
A machine such as they hire out for a third-rate wedding to carry an epicier to the Mairie, to Church, and to the Cadran bleu.
At this time there was at the palace a pet dog, known by the name of bleu.
But defeated candidates will quite agree that the game of "bleu et jaune" is a good deal worse than "rouge et noir."