bluebird day

plural bluebird days

Definition of bluebird day

: a day marked by cloudless blue skies … the cotton-wool-like cloud that covered the sun passed, and the sun's rays warmed us again. The fishermen talked of this bluebird day, this day with the warm sun and calm water—a summer lagniappe.— Mollie C. Webster Above, stars wink a promise of another bluebird day.— Laura Cencigh-Albulario Fresh snow and a bluebird day make for a stunning day in Yellowstone National Park.Federal NewsFeed

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1860, in the meaning defined above

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