Recent Examples of azure from the Web
Combine Dolce & Gabbana’s pearl encrusted flats with a flattering matte grey hue, or Valentino’s western-inspired block heels with a pop of metallic azure--sure to bring out the cowboy in any city slicker.
In this surprise-a-minute show, a brilliant azure screen with black crags re-imagines the moor.
The marbled mosaic is framed beneath an azure promise only Central Oregon can keep.
The 2 bedroom with an office design features 2.5 bathrooms, including a sleek, master bathroom with custom wall coverings, double vanities and a large, azure tiled walk-in shower.
Workmen in traditional French azure overalls and jackets labored on the sides of roads.
Click on a title like catenary-on-azure, and you’ll be directed to a webpage where a single catenary chain multiplies into dozens and then hundreds, forming a beating circular GIF made from hundreds of individual GIFs.
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Origin and Etymology of azure
Middle English asur, from Anglo-French azeure, probably from Old Spanish, modification of Arabic lāzaward, from Persian lāzhuward
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
AZURE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of azure for English Language Learners
: the blue color of the sky
AZURE Defined for Kids
Definition of azure for Students
: the blue color of the clear daytime sky
Medical Definition of azure
: any of several dyes used as biological stains
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