bluenose bluenose


  • (n) a native or inhabitant of Nova Scotia


  1. Talk about a dry and most people think of a Methodist or a Baptist bluenose.
  2. But the British pressignoring the fact that British movie men had invited him overattacked him as a bluenose.
  3. Playwright Ginty's triumph of make-believe is that she has created, out of one part pious bluenose and one part murderous bandit, a lively, attractive, fun-loving Tom Rover.


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    BAR HARBOR — The Bluenose Inn will remain open weekends through Dec. 22.
    on November 9, 2013     Source: Fenceviewer

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  1. "When Canadians talk about the Halifax Explosion or the Underground Railroad or the triumph of The Bluenose, we at Historica tend to take some of the credit: those are all stories from our growing catalogue of Historica Minutes," said Patrick...
    on Jul 25, 2005 By: Patrick Watson Source: Channel Canada

  2. Conservative Bill Casey demanded to know "how much money was stolen from the Bluenose."
    on Mar 8, 2004 By: Bill Casey Source:

  3. "I have just recovered from a hamstring injury which I suffered in the quarter-finals of the Bluenose Classic in Canada last month. I can expect a real tough battle against Grant in the opening match," said Azlan, who won the KL Open in 2003.
    on Mar 2, 2010 By: Azlan Iskandar Source: Malaysia Star

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