blue ribbon

[ bloo-rib-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF blue ribbon
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLUE RIBBON

Those rosettes—these streamers—that stovepipe—all this blue ribbon.

I should like to hang the key around my neck on a blue ribbon, but I am afraid.

Was her bit of blue ribbon to be borne triumphantly to the front?

The jewel was tied with 'a blue ribbon and put about his neck.'

A snood or fillet of blue ribbon confined her luxuriant hair.

And out of his breast-pocket he pulls a little knot of blue ribbon.

“She had a blue ribbon on yesterday—Almira did,” said Phronsie, reflecting.

Nevertheless, it is to be noted that Mrs Mooney did not put the blue ribbon off.

Her hair was fluffy, and coquettishly knotted at the back with blue ribbon.

"It will be horrid of them if they don't award you a blue ribbon," she said.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BLUE RIBBON

cordon bleu

adjectiveof the highest class
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