Color Idioms 3

Color Idioms 3

blue blood
- someone from a noble or wealthy or aristocratic family
Many of the blue bloods of the town went to the opening of the opera.

blue in the face
- to be very angry or upset, to be excited and very emotional
I argued with my supervisor until I was blue in the face.

- of superior quality or distinction, the best of a group
A blue-ribbon panel of experts were asked to suggest a new policy for the city.

get the blues
- to become sad or depressed
The dull cloudy weather has caused me to get the blues.

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  • Thanks dear!nice!but there's question.r these new or belongig to many years ago?
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