bloody-minded

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You bloody-minded Earthlings must have been aware of the terrible danger.

He was the life of the ship, the bloody-minded son of the Inquisition!

Why, what a bloody-minded, inveterate, termagant strumpet have I been plagued with!

He seems from all accounts to have been more desperate and bloody-minded than the rest.

"Now, there's a bloody-minded and dangerous Jesuit for you," said Grasp to himself.

I never seen such a bloody-minded animal in all my born days as you!

And are the villains so bloody-minded that they are called 'Red?'

Away with the wretch—the parricide—the bloody-minded villain!

If he took me for a body of bloody-minded republicans, rushing forward to disarm him, I certainly thought he was some wild beast.

But now an unforeseen difficulty came in the way of the bloody-minded Bullers.

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