blue point

  1. oysters originally from Long Island Sound but now from anywhere along the northeastern seacoast; usually eaten raw
  2. small edible oyster typically from the southern shore of Long Island
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How To Use blue point In A Sentence

  • The bright green, azure and blue pointed to the presence of copper.
  • The figure in blue pointed and gave a command in an uncouth language.
  • In the broadest terms, those raised on the east coast -- referred to generically as Blue Points -- have a brinier, more metallic flavor than their cousins from the west, which are less saline and have more subtle fruit and vegetable undertones. Chicago Reader
  • I do not recommend the parfait of foie gras and chicken liver, which had a cloying sweetness at the edges, or the fried Blue Point oysters, void of ocean freshness.
  • Courtesy of Target Blue pointelle sweater, $39.99; dot-printed shirt dress belt not included, $39.99 Jason Wu for Target Collection
  • He wore a blue point collar dress shirt and black dress slacks.
  • This light blue point collar Gucci shirt is made from soft chambray cotton.
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