You may notice that ‘blue’ is often used to describe the melancholy of people, but do you know about other amazing idioms with the word ‘blue’? What is the meaning of ‘between the devil and the deep blue sea’? How to use the word ‘blue sky thinking’? You can find the answer by looking at the passage below!
1) Go blue: If you go blue, you are very cold indeed
Remember to put on more clothes before going out, and you might go blue if you don’t.
2) Between the devil and the deep blue sea: to have two choices that are both equally unpleasant or not convenient
I know you are caught between the devil and the deep blue sea while you are choosing to follow your partner or family.
3) Blue-sky thinking: creative ideas that are not limited by current thinking or beliefs
It always requires blue-sky thinking to lead a new trend in this technological era.
4) Have a blue fit: To become extremely angry
You have to promise me you won’t have a blue fit after hearing this.
5) Come out of a clear blue sky: To happen unexpectedly
She was leaving with no signs that it all just came out of a clear blue sky.
It is amazing that the use of blue idioms is so diverse. So, which one is your favorite idiom?