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peacock blue

[′pē‚käk ′blü]
(organic chemistry)
HSO3C6H4COH[C6H4N-(C2H5)CH2C6H4SO3Na]2 Blue pigment used in inks for multicolor printing.
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Also, colours such as midnight blue and peacock blue are popular right now.
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On table: Peacock blue table runner, EUR28, John Lewis; baubles, 33c each, B&Q; gold plates, EUR3, chocolate plates, EUR8, gold-threaded napkins, EUR4, all John Lewis; crackers, EUR5 for six, Wilkinsons; blue glass bowl, EUR5, TK Maxx; white roses, EUR3, Tesco.
Speaking of color: White is very big right now because of the South Beach influence; so are silver and gold, brown mixed with peacock blue or seafoam green, and hits of bright, bright orange.
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It also boasts rainbow-coloured dresses, cardigans trimmed with black maribou feather and camisoles in peacock blue, hot fuchsia pink and dove grey.
For example - blue, light blue, blue/green, navy, indigo, royal blue, peacock blue. This creates a very interesting effect.