Examples from the Web for blue blood
From the start, we see him as he is: a despot and a swindler, a Dallas blue-blood with FBI ties, fleeing a violent past.
In Cold Mountain I did the blue-blood accent, and this one is totally different.Nicole Kidman on Her Sexy, Award-Worthy Turn in ‘The Paperboy’|Marlow Stern|December 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Without this mother, Veracity was like a blue-blood orphan whom only the most cultivated mind could adopt and nourish.Bushido, the Soul of Japan|Inazo Nitob
Not a blue-blood, for that has to do with decadence, but a woman of the people.Red Fleece|Will Levington Comfort
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Word Origin for blue blood
Word Origin and History for blue blood
1834, translating Spanish sangre azul, claimed by certain families of Castile as uncontaminated by Moorish or Jewish admixture, probably from the notion of the visible veins of people of fair complexion.