The British Idiom – Out of the blue
Definition of Out of the blue
Something that comes out of the blue is completely unexpected and unplanned for.
Examples of Usage of Out of the blue
An enormous bill came out of the blue and pushed me from the black into the red. Nobody knew why he’d said it, it was so unlike him, then came straight out of the blue.
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