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[bloo-feeldz] /ˈbluˌfildz/
a seaport in E Nicaragua.


[bloo-feeld] /ˈbluˌfild/
a city in SW West Virginia. Unabridged
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  • The Mosquito territory was invaded by the troops of Nicaragua and Bluefields was surrounded.

  • Laguerre was at Bluefields, but couldn't get into the game for lack of a boat.

    Captain Macklin Richard Harding Davis
  • The next morning, the wind having moderated, we got under weigh and proceeded to Bluefields, where we arrived about sunset.

    Journal of Voyages Jacob Dunham
  • The inhabitants of Bluefields are mostly called Samboes, being a mixture of negro, Indian, and white blood.

    Journal of Voyages Jacob Dunham
  • The gang had returned to the bush when young Mr. Ponder came back from Bluefields.

    The Woodlands Orchids Frederick Boyle
  • Soon after my return from Bluefields I was visited by the new king, it being his first visit to the Lagoon.

    Journal of Voyages Jacob Dunham

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