(adjective) extremely angry, frustrated, annoyed, embarrassed or upset
The young boy was blue in the face because his mother wouldn’t buy him an ice cream cone.
Daughter: I want to go on a date with Bobby!
Mom: You’re too young! You’re only 15 years old!
Daughter: I don’t care!!! I want to!!! You can’t stop me!!!!
Mom: You can shout till you’re blue in the face, but I’m not letting you go!
The boss was blue in the face because his employees were late.
I was blue in the face after accidentally seeing my mother-in-law naked.