"I, master," and Tematau placed an ensanguined hand on mine.
We may conquer him on the ensanguined field, but he conquers us—or Henry of England!
The struggling crowd had lashed his pugnacity and ensanguined his temper.
Yet, how can we imagine that a stain of ensanguined crime should attach to Miriam!
The ensanguined skull was the first object that caught my eye.
Even the water in vessels of stone and wood was ensanguined.
The ensanguined Sylla wept over the recital of the miseries he himself had caused.
"But the name gives such an ensanguined suggestion," she objected.
She held the ensanguined head of Louis Devoe in her white apron.
Perhaps the decrepit parent views his darling son leaving his peaceful abode to enter the ensanguined field, never more to return.