Blood stained his clothing and ran out over the rocks and sand.
She groaned and clenched her fists until the blood stained her palms.
And there a man had been stretched out, for his blood stained the ground.
His blood streaked the sky at dawn; his blood stained the clouds at even.
Without uttering a sound he fell back, and his blood stained the snow.
A drop or two of blood stained her cap, but no more followed.
The blood stained Swann's sallow face and he drew himself up.
That was because Finley, the owner, a rich man, came to hate the place—his brother's blood stained the barroom floor.
I should like to live in a land where there was never a cry of pain, where never drop of blood stained the ground.
His blood stained the water all around, and this attracting all the sharks proved the means of our escape.