- said of talk that is smutty or indecent. Probably from the French, “Bibliothèque Bleu.” When the conversation has assumed an entirely opposite character, it is then said to be BROWN or Quakerish.
- a policeman; otherwise BLUE BOTTLE. From the colour of his uniform.
- or BLEW, to pawn or pledge. Actually to get rid of.
- confounded or surprised; “to look BLUE,” to look astonished, annoyed, or disappointed.
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