The Blues in a sentence

Short Example Sentence for The Blues

  • 1. Betty is here with a fit of the blues.
  • 2. The poetry of the blues.
  • 3. I should die of the blues here.
  • 4. I should have died of the blues in three weeks.
  • 5. It gives me the 'blues' simply to look at it.
  • 6. If you are in a fit of the blues, go nowhere else.
  • 7. I am going to make you work now, to drive away the blues.
  • 8. Allays get the blues about October.
  • 9. Well, it must not 'a' been the blues my baby had.
  • 10. I thot I should die uv the blues.
  • 11. Well, boys, don't let's get the blues.
  • 12. Beyond the blues, new poems by American Negroes.
  • 13. You'll think I have the blues, but I haven't.
  • 14. Oh, I got the blues, boy; honest I have.
  • 15. The blues?
  • 16. Good for the blues.
  • 17. He's mixing the blues with the spirituals.
  • 18. It would seem that somehow he did her an injustice by having the blues.
  • 19. Polly, you're indulging in the blues.
  • 20. Travel is a good invention to cure the blues and condense worldly effects.
  • 21. The bluesmen; the story and the music of the men who made the blues.
  • 22. We were lunching in a little place near us, and I was deep in the blues.
  • 23. He was of the Reds, her father, and his own father of the Blues.
  • 24. The blues--he was becoming a stranger to them.
  • 25. It is enough to give one the blues for the rest of one's life!
  • 26. Well, there's nothing so good for the blues as putting things in order.

How to use The Blues in a Sentence?

  • 1. I would not write a line for her, and no the blues have quite excommunicated me.
  • 2. People poke fun at me for having him around, but he drives off the blues sometimes.
  • 3. Think how many times it might chase the blues away when some of us felt downcast!
  • 4. If you have the blues, go and see the poorest and sickest families within your knowledge.
  • 5. For in Lowshire the blues and the reds are always melting into each other like the clover.
  • 6. Cultivate a happy temper; banish the blues; a cheerful saguine spirit begets cheer and hope.
  • 7. Thank God, she never had the blues nor carried a bottle of smelling salts about with her.
  • 8. She wondered why the thought of this half-gypsy, half-gentleman tramp should give Jim the blues.
  • 9. Terry and his whole party then ran and placed themselves for safety in the Blues Armory.
  • 10. Here, gentlemen," she went on, "you perceive a young lady suffering from an attack of the blues.
  • 11. Very few of the "Blues" ever came to be an Admiral, for the odds were too great against them.
  • 12. He wears a cloak like what the Blues wear, only all blue, and is tall enough for a Lifeguardsman.
  • 13. Uncle Rad never stinted him with money, for it was he who wanted Jim to be in the Blues.
  • 14. Tiberius decided with the Blues, and as Anastasia Ino was crowned Empress of the East.