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Hidden away behind an arched doorway on Portobello Road, Farm Girl is an Insta-worthy brunch spot with whitewashed brick and azure tiling.
Neptune Neptune's vivid azure color perfectly complements its astrological significance.
Its otherworldly azure waters grow increasingly vibrant as the glaciers that feed it melt through summer and fall.
But the surrounding azure waters and dramatic rocky cliffs remain, so the area is still worth a trip.
Additional works by these masters await at Meredith Ward Fine Art, Donald Morris and Yares Art, whose all-Avery display starts with a view of white waves and azure ocean that registers even from a distance.
That is also its greatest transportation woe, given that water taxis are the only method of transport between the stretches of azure shores.
The city looks startling flying in, a slew of tall buildings crowding around the harbor’s azure waters.
After Fall 2017’s all-blue offering, Chiuri has traded azure for shades of gray on the couture catwalk.
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Origin and Etymology of azure
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of azure for English Language Learners
: the blue color of the sky
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