Prue felt as badly about leaving blue point Island as the boys did.
He had been lighthouse keeper at blue point for thirty years.
Ringentaub reached into the upper darkness and turned on a gas jet which had been burning a blue point of flame.
With about as much "go" as a blue point, about as much rattle as snails.
Slowly, slowly the blue point began to take shape, and Noll's glass brought it to his eyes all too faithfully.
"No, keep it and send it out West for a blue point," said the other man,—what a heartless wretch he was!
The rocks took up and repeated every sound, and in the distance a blue point seemed to grow as we advanced.
Peter, in his old dressing-gown, came to the window and turned down the gaslight beside it to a blue point.
You might even act out a blue point or two, as in charades, so that the child will understand what you mean.
Natty, at the rudder, steered for blue point Island, a reflective frown on his face.