Blue-sky Law means,
Blue-sky Law means: A law in the United States to protect the public from buying counterfeit bonds.
Literal Meanings of Blue-sky Law
Meanings of Blue:
Be it blue or blue.
(White shirt) Wash with a blue dye.
Color or blue pigment.
In small butterflies where males are mainly blue while females are usually brown.
Colors between green and purple, like the sky or the sea on a sunny day.
(A person or mood) sad, depressed or depressed.
(From movies, jokes or stories) with sexual or obscene material.
Really religious or pure morality.
Wasting (money) or wasting it carelessly.
Sentences of Blue
Light fades and the retina turns blue
They make shirts and strengthen uniforms
She is dressed in blue
Blue men are more attracted to these yellow bushes.
Clear blue sky
Synonyms of Blue
indigo, gloomy, azure, coarse, sapphire, cerulean, racy, raw, Oxford blue, unhappy, dejected, cast down, dispirited, disheartened, morose, bawdy, rude, aquamarine, saxe blue, low-spirited, improper, heavy-hearted, cobalt blue, ribald, lapis lazuli, turquoise, down
Meanings of Sky:
Hit the ball really high.
Earth-visible atmosphere and space.
Sentences of Sky
Hundreds of stars shining in the sky
Synonyms of Sky
the atmosphere, the stratosphere, the skies, airspace
Meanings of Law:
A system of rules that a particular country or community has recognized as the actions of its members and can be enforced through sanctions.
Rules that describe the right behavior or conduct in a game.
A statement of facts, derived from observation, is that whenever certain conditions are satisfied, there is a certain natural or scientific tendency.
The order of God's commandments is expressed in the Bible or other religious texts.
A mound, usually round or conical.
Sentences of Law
Law breaking case
The Second Amendment Law
Morally, Simon was probably an antinomian, an enemy of Old Testament law.
Today I took a good walk through the law of Northbrook
Synonyms of Law
regulation, system of laws, ethic, instruction, certitude, elevation, prescription, rules and regulations, direction, charter, mound, hummock, body of laws, formula, criterion, credo, high ground, hillock, mount, directive, rising ground, fact, standard