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Spell Check of blues

Correct spelling: blues

Definition of blues:

  1. See Blue.

Common misspellings for blues:



Google Ngram Viewer results for blues:

This graph shows how "blues" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for blues:

  1. Writing always does give me the blues –  by
  2. You walk along a footpath on the edge of low cliffs, shaded all the way from the door of the hotel to the bathing- huts by the beechwood, the water heaving and shining just below you, the island of Vilm opposite, the distant headland of Thiessow a hazy violet line between the misty blues of sea and sky in front, and at your feet moss and grass and dear common flowers flecked with the dancing lights and shadows of a beechwood when the sun is shining. –  by
  3. Such a place, enough to give you a fit of the blues dirty and dull and drab; he ought to have had it all done up for her- make her think that he wanted to please her! –  by

Quotes for blues:

  1. The British ballads became a new kind of form in their hand. And out of them came the blues, a new kind of song of commentary and satire, a song form which, after all, has become the main musical form of the whole human species.
  2. My take on rap is driven by straightforward American southern rock and blues.
  3. There were times I thought I was going to turn to the blues, but then I'd hear better blues players.
  4. Every time the guys were knocked out by my guitar playing and the girls were knocked out by the type of songs I did. That set us apart from the average blues band.
  5. I had the blues because I had no shoes until upon the street, I met a man who had no feet.

Rhymes for blues:

  1. booze, bruise, choose, confuse, cruise, cruse, defuse, enthuse, excuse, fuse, hughes, infuse, loos, lose, meuse, mews, misuse, muse, news, ooze, peruse, recuse, refuse, reuse, ruse, schmooze, shoes, snooze, suffuse, toulouse, transfuse, use, canoes, chuse, druse, tattoos, whose, clews, druze, sous, cruz, joos, luiz, roos, cues, glues, jews, taboos, spews, sues, pursues, brews, stews, shrews, reviews, queues, ensues, pews, moos, renews, views, woos, twos, screws, hues, goos, crews, buse, luse, boos, dews, drews, dues, ewes, foos, hews, koos, kuse, mewes, oohs, ques, soos, tewes, tews, miscues, revues, kruse, coups, skews, clues, who's;
  2. abuse, accuse, amuse, bemuse, diffuse, accrues;
  3. disabuse, overuse, kangaroos;