2. A French word for "blue": The group had cordon bleu cuisine for their evening meal.
3. A cheese containing a blue mold; such as, a semisoft cheese made of cow's milk and having a greenish blue mold and a strong flavor: At the end of Lillian's French meal, she had some bleu cheese.
The wind blew Edna's blue napkin onto the bleu cheese sandwich which was prepared by a cordon bleu chef who was working at the picnic.
It is composed of melanin-pigmented spindle cells in the mid-dermis.
2. A pigment used in painting consisting mainly of oxides of tin and cobalt, chiefly characterized by its greenish-blue color and permanence.
The blue shift is the opposite of the red shift.
Jurors often are selected because of their higher educational level and intellectual skills.