bloodcurdling[ bluhd-kurd-ling, -kur-dl-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF bloodcurdling
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With an outburst of bloodcurdling curses, he flung himself upon her.
A bloodcurdling yell brought him to his feet with a sudden leap.
He made a discreet and bloodcurdling gesture to me with the other.
This, then, was the interpretation of his bloodcurdling dream.
It was the heartrending, bloodcurdling cry of people doomed—for the ship had begun to settle!
Dick is pretty good, but he can never roar out his orders in the bloodcurdling tones that Claude can.
Seeing that the coast was clear he took up his seat in the sun and soon was lost in the depth of a bloodcurdling detective story.
I fired again point blank as the huge mouth, baring four ugly fangs, opened and emitted a bloodcurdling howl.
Chumru, though no fighting-man, realized that he was expected to make a row and uttered a bloodcurdling yell.
It was the turn of Lieut. Feraud to recoil, with a bloodcurdling grunt of baffled rage.