feel blue

feel blue

Fig. to feel sad. You look like you feel blue. What's wrong?
See also: blue, feel

feel blue

Be depressed or sad, as in I was really feeling blue after she told me she was leaving. The use of blue to mean "sad" dates from the late 1300s. See also blue funk, def. 2; have the blues.
See also: blue, feel
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FUEL price hikes and the congestion charge are not making London drivers feel blue enough to go green, it has been revealed.
There's no need to feel blue this market since there's such an abundance of the color in the showrooms.
LEIPZIG, Germany -- Standing outside Zentralstadion with his face and torso painted red, white and green, Rodolfo De La Vega couldn't help but feel blue all over.
But continuing to feel blue or negative day after day is not normal.
As the leading provider for outsourced enterprise support systems in Japan, we strongly feel Blue Pumpkin will replicate its U.
If you think it's a month to feel blue, if you talk about feeling blue, if you moan about it, then you will be blue.
What it does is give people permission to feel blue when the season is telling them to say 'Ho ho ho.
Who could feel blue after receiving a gift like one of the above?
With all that success, she's clearly got nothing to feel blue about.
I also feel Blues made a mistake getting rid of DJ Campbell and keeping Jerome.
The vast majority expect to be watching a relegation battle unfold (interestingly, 60 per cent didn't feel Blues would finish in the Championship's top two last season).
To keep Forssell (pictured right) you feel Blues may well need that UEFA Cup spot at the end of the season -otherwise he may seek success elsewhere.