azure, azured (adj.) Old form(s): azur'd
coloured blue, bright blue [as of an uncloudy sky]
Cym II.ii.22[Iachimo to himself, of Innogen's eyelids] white and azure laced
Cym IV.ii.222[Arviragus as if to disguised Innogen] The azured harebell, like thy veins
E3 IV.v.115[King John to Salisbury, of a high hill nearby] the embracing sky / Doth hide his high head in her azure bosom
Tem V.i.43[Prospero alone] 'twixt the green sea and the azured vault
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