blue star

  1. subshrubs of southeastern United States forming slow-growing clumps and having blue flowers in short terminal cymes
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  • Downy blue star (A. ciliata) is native to sterile sandy soils in the southern states.
  • The bright blue star on the left and another brightish blue star in the lower left corner form the horns.
  • Shards of luminous marine life, every shade and combination of hues, deep blue starfish and the mystically-shaped coral itself provided a living, mobile tableau in the emerald green waters.
  • The whole surrounded by thirteen blue stars in the form of an annulet with one point of each star outward on the imaginary radiating center lines. EXECUTIVE ORDER 10016
  • Blue star, so called for its tiny starlike flowers, fits the bill perfectly.
  • He set her on her feet and stared at her in amaze; she met his enraptured gaze with eyes that shone like twin blue stars. The Fairies and the Christmas Child
  • He said to me very candidly, I'm trying to translate that as close as I can, that before 1984 I thought he was a scoundrel, but after what happened in Blue Star I think now he's a sant.
  • The blue starry scarf, which she had taken calling the astrological scarf, went well with it. Piranha to Scurfy & Other Stories
  • From 6 to 9 p.m., as many as 5,000 people come for the art, live music and fresh suds from the Blue Star Brew Pub, also housed at the complex.
  • Great Jupiter, king of the Martian night, whose brilliancy, if not his size, outrivalled the pale moons; Saturn, with his tilted ring, was visible to the naked eye; and yon pearly blue star, just rising to announce the morning, was Earth. Pharaoh's Broker Being the Very Remarkable Experiences in Another World of Isidor Werner
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