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We are never going to give up our love for democracy, nor its vitality, nor are we going to let this country be dominated by the insurrectionists who came to this place to do nothing but act in a bloodthirsty manner.
Maximian, a Pannonian peasant, betrayed the savageness of his nature by his bloodthirsty cruelty.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
It was some little time before Clarence Tinling gave any opinion upon this bloodthirsty document.
I always thought,” the latter said, “that pumas were such bloodthirsty animals.
Sheppy has a standing feud with a neighbour's dog that is amusing rather than bloodthirsty.
In Scotland the hag of the south-west wind is similarly a bloodthirsty and fearsome demon.
The vengeance which seeks to take life is a cruel bloodthirsty passion which no wrong can excuse, no suffering justify.
THE NEW TENANTE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
Here were poor innocent working men, and here was this bloodthirsty swash-buckler inciting their own brothers to slay them.
He knew there was a good deal to be said for either cause; furthermore, he was not then bloodthirsty.
"I wish he was in it now," a bloodthirsty tripper muttered darkly in my ear.

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