Blue-covered in a sentence

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How to use blue-covered in a sentence. Blue-covered pronunciation.

From among a mass of papers and books on the table he drew forth a blue-covered pamphlet and passed it to his companion.
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Mrs. Baines put down the blue-covered magazine and twisted her rocking-chair towards the table.
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It was she who directed the pious exercises, which most of the pilgrims followed from small, blue-covered books.
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And when I saw your name in one of those dry-looking, blue-covered, paper books the Mounted Police get out, I just dropped down on my knees and thanked the good Lord, Derry.
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Marie made a feeble gesture as though to say that she consented, and Pierre at once took out of the valise at the foot of her bed, the little blue-covered book in which the story of Bernadette was so naively related.
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Examples of Blue-covered

Example #1
I hold the secret of the Urim and Thummin, which was first delivered by angels into the hands of Joseph, and with it have revealed the word of God as it appears in a book which I have written.
Example #2
It will surely interest you.
Example #3
It was Mary, original of the photograph, who had run unperceived into the drawing-room.
Example #4
Sophia too had suffered much, suffered excruciatingly; she carried at that moment a whole tragedy in her young soul, unaccustomed to such burdens.
Example #5
They had said their chaplets at Juvisy; and six o'clock was striking, and they were rushing like a hurricane past the station of Bretigny, when Sister Hyacinthe stood up.
Example #6
And as nobody dared to open the windows on account of the consumptives in the carriage, the heat was soon felt and an unbearable odour arose, set free as it were by the jolting of the train as it went its way at express speed.