blue-blacknoun [ U ]uk /ˌbluːˈblæk/ us /ˌbluːˈblæk/
adjective uk us
Examples from literature
- Down past the shoulders flooded a mass of blue-black hair.
- Her hair under her peaked, white hood glistened blue-black like a river in the snow.
- She had raised the shade, and the stars were splendid in the blue-black sky.
- The street had the blue-black look of a New York street at night.
- There was a blue-black bank of cloud rolling up from the southwest.