Male, indigo blue; female, brownish but usually with a faint indication of blue on the wings or tail.
Some of them tattoo the breast and arms in patterns of straight and curved lines pricked in with a needle in indigo blue.
On this particular day the water was a dark, clear, indigo blue and appreciably warmer than the surrounding sea.
The bright sun was blotted out as it touched the edge of that rising belt of indigo blue.
He also finds that yellow and indigo blue produce white by their mixture.
After this well-deserved lecture Jo Ann felt “indigo blue,” as she expressed it to the girls afterward.
The gills are crowded, and when bruised, or in age, the indigo blue color changes somewhat to greenish.
In one species (C. indigo) both plant and milk are of indigo blue.
indigo blue, forest green, and dull yellow are excellent colors when combined.
I have seen coloring as remarkable—I had almost said as unnatural—as that indigo blue which we connect with the Ægean sea.