red-blooded[ red-bluhd-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF red-blooded
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Men like what the magazines call “a red-blooded, two-fisted, he-man.”
So this was the man whom Richard Gregory had designated as a red-blooded American.
Young men, red-blooded, far from home, inhabit these war cities.
One there lacks the freedom of expression which all red-blooded men love.
He is a hearty, red-blooded, Tory gentleman who lives in Worcestershire.
As for doing our own fighting, I think every red-blooded Canadian is in favour of that.
He was red-blooded, but at the same time his heart was clean.
They had not his wife's and Austin's cultivation, but they were honest, red-blooded people.
I mean the gross and licentious plutocrat of the red-blooded story.
A red-blooded woman like me to take to altruism, as some take to drugs!