Blomary

Blom"a*ry

(), n. See Bloomery.
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Blonc"ket

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Blon"ket

} (), a. [OF. blanquet whitish, dim. of blanc white. Cf. Blanket.] Gray; bluish gray. [Obs.]
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Our bloncket liveries been all too sad.
Spenser.
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Blond

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Blonde

} (), a. [F., fair, light, of uncertain origin; cf. AS. blonden-feax gray-haired, old, prop. blended-haired, as a mixture of white and brown or black. See Blend, v. t. ] Of a fair color; light-colored; as, blond hair; a blond complexion.
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