bloodshed

[ bluhd-shed or bluhd-shed-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF bloodshed

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLOODSHED

There will be enquiries, explanations, quarrels, and bloodshed.

The bloodshed at this point was greater than at the gateway.

If this pursuit is continued, there will probably be bloodshed either on one side or the other.

Once let them get drunk on buza, and there's certain to be bloodshed.'

But this was better, since it could only mean that blows and bloodshed were in the air.

The scene bore all too palpably the marks of violence and bloodshed.

Notice, too, how little is said of the bloodshed; that is Hellenic as well as Xenophontine, I fancy.

In his life of turmoil and bloodshed he had halted to secure for her the right to a principality.

The world is well edified by tales of mob violence and bloodshed.

For the purpose of all their delays had been compromise, and their hope was the avoidance of bloodshed.

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