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blue moon

noun as in long period of time

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A gorgeous, glistening rendition of “Lost Cause” came next, and the airy Morning Phase standout “Blue Moon” ended the sequence.

Blue Moon has some really nice orange zest and coriander flavors that finish with a wonderful smoothness.

The “dark” fruit that seemed to work best with Blue Moon was blueberries.

He was the guy who came along once in a blue moon to save the country.

As a brand, Blue Moon beer is not unlike Blue Dog Democrats, walking the tightrope of competing identities.

But conductors are no more infallible than other people, and once in a blue moon in going through a train they miss a passenger.

"A purple sea, a blue moon, and a red fish—it looks crazy to me," muttered the old agent.

He was seated beside the great, wood-burning stove in the great front room of the Blue Moon.

When they gathered in the back room of the Blue Moon, the players found a blackboard hung upon the wall.

And a mighty horde in trucks, busses, and private cars, some even on bicycles was pouring toward the Blue Moon at sunset.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blue moon, such as: ages, forever and a day, long time, and years.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.