Examples of blue blood in a Sentence
a woman of blue blood
This is where the city's blue bloods like to gather.
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Meanwhile, Barnum's new partner, a blue blood with the appropriately hoity-toity name of Phillip Carlyle (Zac Efron), starts falling for Anne.
Then blue blood programs came calling, and ultimately the local kid chose Duke over North Carolina.
Miami, on the other hand, is exciting — an old blue blood, dormant after years of mediocrity, suddenly risen from the ashes and contending for the conference crown with the power of the turnover chain.
His trainer, Shug McGaughey, campaigned such greats as Easy Goer; his co-owners, Stuart S. Janney III (who bred and raced Ruffian) and the Phipps Stable, make most blue bloods look like outcasts from Duck Dynasty.
But it's become abundantly clear that the Mountaineers are never going to be one of the Big XII's blue blood programs.
But the Sooners have something to offer that most blue blood programs can’t offer a coveted linebacker recruit
Jonathan Simons/Hudson Home Tours 1 of 13 A Hudson River estate built for 19th-century American blue bloods has lowered its price to $20 million, after going on the market for $22 million last summer.
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Definition of blue blood for English Language Learners
: membership in a royal or socially important family
: a member of a royal or socially important family
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