Yes; I do grease them a bit sometimes; but I am a true blue son of liberty, for all that.
Every one of them's true blue, and a MAN all the way through.
He's sick now, but he's true blue, and when he gets up, we want to come to see you.
True Blue and Harry Hartland, however, differed with him, and argued the point.
They had got some way when True Blue felt himself struck to the deck.
True Blue, nothing loth, began to take a sight along the gun.
“I hope so, sir—I hope so,” said True Blue; but he felt very sad about what he had heard.
As True Blue looked along her decks, he thought he recognised her appearance.
True Blue, finding the ship going about, knew that no time was to be lost.
True Blue, with this promise, was eager for the Frenchman to get nearer.