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blue law

noun

: an old law that forbids people from doing certain things (such as working or selling alcohol) on Sundays

Full Definition of BLUE LAW

1
:  one of numerous extremely rigorous laws designed to regulate morals and conduct in colonial New England
2
:  a statute regulating work, commerce, and amusements on Sundays

First Known Use of BLUE LAW

1762

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