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Definition of "navy-blue" []

  • A dark blue colour (noun)
  • (as adjective) (noun)

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Use "navy-blue" in a sentence
  • "Lean and somewhat taller than the average Romulan, he wore an expertly tailored navy-blue suit."
  • "I'm going to recommend two from opposite ends of the spectrum: Lanvin's cape in black wool, with silk lapels and tortoise-shell clasp (£2,110) and Coach's in navy-blue, with gold buttons and black leather trim (£475)."
  • "Standing tall among the riffraff is charismatic Raylan Givens, in his navy-blue suit and sharp cowboy hat: an ex-coal miner, divorced, fun-loving—and a peace officer who knows that if you have to pull your weapon "you better shoot to kill.""
  • "Standing tall among the riffraff is charismatic Raylan Givens, in his navy-blue suit and sharp cowboy hat: an ex-coal miner, divorced, fun-loving—and a peace officer who knows that if you have to pull your weapon "you better shoot to kill.""
  • "He is wearing plaid Bermuda shorts, a navy-blue Obama T-shirt and a few days of stubble."
  • "He traded his hooded sweat shirt and work boots for a navy-blue sweater and loafers."
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