- a lustrous greenish blue, as of certain peacock feathers.
Origin of peacock blue
First recorded in 1880–85
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Examples from the Web for peacock blue
Some years ago very up-to-date young wives "aspinalled" everything pea-green or peacock-blue.Chats on Old Clocks
The parquet floor was almost hidden by priceless rugs from Teheran—white, brick-dust color, and peacock-blue.The Angel
Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
The colour of the ball or flower in one case was a peacock-blue and in the other dead black.The New Gulliver and Other Stories
Copper gives a peacock-blue which becomes green if the proportion of the copper oxide is increased.
He rode a white horse and wore a robe of orange-yellow brocaded silk, its wide sleeves faced with peacock-blue.Caravans By Night
- a greenish-blue colour
- (as adjective)a peacock-blue car