bloodthirsty

[ bluhd-thur-stee ]SEE DEFINITION OF bloodthirsty

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLOODTHIRSTY

Isn't the conversation rather too bloodthirsty for a luncheon-table?

"They say that I am hard, bloodthirsty and unfeeling," he said in tones that were almost of complaint.

For she had a general belief that all Orientals were bloodthirsty.

They boasted that none were so fierce and bloodthirsty as they.

So you've brought that d—— bloodthirsty villain into my house!

Echidna was a bloodthirsty monster, half maiden, half serpent.

Now was the time for the Prophet to show his bloodthirsty nature.

The lean, bloodthirsty minks and weasels are on the hunt all winter.

I was strangely confident at the time that we should outwit our bloodthirsty foes.

The Assyrians were fierce, cruel, bloodthirsty, and pitiless.

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