noun, plural blue·ys. Australian.
Origin of bluey
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Hounds like Bluey and Brutus run by sight alone; they have no nose, and the moment they cannot see their game they are lost.
They are bluey green in colour, and have deep grooves running from base to tip.Flowers Shown to the Children|C. E. Smith
Beside the bluey trees long purple stripes of shadow now lay, with fallen clusters of branches, on the plain.The Path of Life|Stijn Streuvels
Sometimes they came to a discouraged belief that the World was one bluey expanse, disturbed by Flying Fish.Ade's Fables|George Ade
Bluey first became famous as a shaker several months before his encounter with the lynx.