blue-ribbon

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

If I see her every day I shall have seen the blue-ribbon winner.

If I'm nothing else, I'm blue-ribbon boy on the health question.

Our Annual Handicap is the blue-ribbon event of the year so far as most of us are concerned.

"Think it is like the blue-ribbon army," he said, when he returned to Netty's side.

I rode on Mrs. Scot-Williams' beautiful, black, blue-ribbon winner.

I'll order the cart around and show you that blue-ribbon cob I bought at the horse show.

Its a blue-ribbon place or Moretense wouldnt have besieged Miss Remson to let her in here.

We wondered if some blue-ribbon society might not be profitably started among these poor birds.

A black-and-tan collie with a blue-ribbon round his neck, and a saucy look on his face.

Going in for the real old simon-pure, blue-ribbon brand of respectability this time, ain't you Madgie?

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