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See definition of bloodiest on Dictionary.com
  • adj.(used as intensifier)
  • adj.bleeding
  • adj.hard-fought

synonyms for bloodiest

  • damn
  • blasted
  • full
  • good
  • much
  • too
  • very
  • well
  • savage
  • ferocious
  • murderous
  • gory
  • cruel
  • fierce
  • grim
  • bloodthirsty
  • cutthroat
  • heavy
  • homicidal
  • sanguine
  • sanguinary
  • slaughterous
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How to use bloodiest in a sentence

I have now reached the story of the longest and bloodiest war which the colonists had yet waged with the Indian.
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The drawn battle that followed proved the bloodiest affair in the history of British India.
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Charlie Chaplin's rise to affluence and power coincided with the bloodiest struggle in history.
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As these lines are being written, the greatest, the bloodiest war of history is in progress.
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Why, it is to be hoped that the list of killed in the present bloodiest of all wars will not amount to more than this!
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He had told her that his heart had throbbed more anxiously during her daring feats than on the bloodiest field of battle.
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It is the tired urge of sex-tissues and nerve-cells: positive, furious, fiery as the bloodiest sun.
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This engagement was generally considered to be the hottest and bloodiest, as well as the best fought throughout the war.
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