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Definition of bluebird

bluebird

noun

  • In selling it refers to an opportunity that comes out of nowhere and closes unexpectedly.

    Last edited on Jun 07 2004. Submitted by Caitlin C. from Atlanta, GA, USA on Jun 07 2004.

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