bloody[ bluhd-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF bloody
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The attack of the castle and the defense of it were equally fierce, bloody, and desperate.
All this time we were living, as it might be, on a bloody battle-field.
The motion and the cry were too sudden for words to interrupt his bloody intention.
Robin, jolly Robin, he buys a jest dearly that pays for it with a bloody coxcomb.
No, he's Federal, Confederate or guerilla as it may suit his bloody ends.
No doubt if Feversham gains the upper hand there will be bloody work.
On the floor around it were fragments of smashed glasses and bloody stains.
He was always asking me when I meant to run away and be "a bloody pirate."
I had had the jolt that I needed from life—its agony and bloody sweat, its mystery.
I've taught it to Ninian, but he persists in calling it the Bloody Awful, which is low.
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