The sand was commonplace save for a slight bluish tint.
And of worms; the dunghill worm called a brandling I take to be best, being well scoured in moss or fennel; or he will bite at a worm that lies under cow-dung, with a bluish head.
Very gradually the bluishshadows faded from about his mouth and eyes, and natural colour replaced his pallor.
Deep valleys opened on the south, narrow gorges between piles of gigantic rocks whose bases were already steeped in lakes of bluish shadow, whilst the summits sparkled with the smiling farewell of the sun.
The narrow street, running from the glittering Boulevard, was steeped in bluish gloom, starred at long intervals by a few gas-lamps.
On turning to the left he perceived the roofs of the Trastevere, of a misty, bluish grey against the dazzling sky.
A bluish light streamed all around; there was naught but heaven left; the buildings and the trees assumed a visionary aspect in the mysterious glow of those thousands of tapers, whose number still and ever increased.
Round a funeral vault, faintly illumined-by the bluish light of a silver lamp, six dead bodies were ranged upon black biers, dressed in long black robes.
They were tall, thin lads, who looked as if they might have been half-starved when they were little; their skin had a bluish tinge, and stood the cold badly.
A little further on, the sun made a patch of burning fire in the darkness, and beyond it rose a bluish vapor and a sound as of a distant threshing-machine.
Far inland it quivered above the rocks that bounded the view, in a restless flicker of bluish white; below lay the fields beneath the broiling sun, with the pollen from the rye drifting over them like smoke.
Workmen who handle it constantly in blasting operations say you can put fire to a stick of dynamite without danger, and it will simply burn away in bluish flame.
By the time I got down you could see a little trail of bluish smoke drifting away from the hole, and there was a hush over the crowd, except for the police trying to make them stand back behind the ropes.
Their villa stood upon a high bluff of the river, commanding a view of the broad noble stream, and beyond the wooded lowlands of Illinois, stretching like a sea of bluish green to the far eastern horizon.
He isbluish gray, with some white and black on head, wings, and tail, and he is grayish white below.
He is glossy bluish black in color, with large white spots in the wings, which show only when flying.
The rest of him is black, or bluish black, with a large mass of white on the body and wings.
The sea, spotted with white, of a bluish grey in general, and streaked with darker lines.
It was as smooth as a gravel walk, and of thebluish colour of some of the roads among the lakes of the north of England.
Although his keen eyes were of a light, bluish gray, one thought of him as a dark-complexioned person.
It was above this single noteworthy clump of ancient boled trees to be seen upon these inhospitable heights that the thin bluish smoke arose.
The fathomless, bluish water, looking in the dusk a mere rudely circular mirror which was in truth a liquid cone whose tip was hidden deep in the bowels of earth, lay in still serenity before them.
Jeff Meyer rubbed his eyes, smarting from the bluish haze filling the long, low-ceilinged room.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "bluish" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word. Other words: azure; blue; cerulean; livid; sapphire