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adjective as in lusty

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Because, of course, red-blooded, white-skinned folks like Timothy McVeigh, Ted Kaczynski, and Adam Lanza pose no threat at all.

When Ball insisted he was speaking for “red-blooded Americans,” Morgan reminded him that Tsarnaev is an American citizen.

I finally said, “You know, HIV is transmittable by good old-fashioned, red-blooded, hetero-normative, married sex.”

At this point every young red-blooded male viewer is paying rapt attention.

Not exactly the way you meant to celebrate our annual tribute to red-blooded American masculinity, is it?

Of a sudden there died out of her face the fawn-like, woodland look, the maternal wildness, the red-blooded joy.

Annelida, an-el′i-da, n. a class of animals comprising the red-blooded worms, having a long body composed of numerous rings.

He is the martyr, the true believer, "the red-blooded loyal American" with "my country right or wrong."

If a man must roam the salt sea in search of health and peace, and in a manly, red-blooded exercise—here is the ideal.

He is a hearty, red-blooded, Tory gentleman who lives in Worcestershire.


On this page you'll find 193 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to red-blooded, such as: active, athletic, fresh, healthful, hearty, and lively.

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