blood-stained

[ bluhd-steynd ]SEE DEFINITION OF blood-stained
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One of them still grasped in his hand his blood-stained weapon.

Such but serve the blood-stained cause of our common enemies.

Minky asked, without removing his eyes from the blood-stained letter.

Mussed or blood-stained specimens should not necessarily be discarded.

“Pity,” he said, his eyes turned again to the blood-stained floor.

Edgar took off his coat and showed the blood-stained bandage.

Ernest took the blood-stained papers and glanced at them hurriedly.

It is a house of gore and blood-stained feasts, dim and huge within.

In one hand he clutched a ray-gun, and in the other a blood-stained knife!

The blood-stained soil of Valley Forge had inured him to hardships to which others would have yielded.

WORD ORIGIN

1590s, from blood (n.) + past participle of stain (v.).

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