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Meanings of Blonds:

noun

A person with fair or pale yellow hair (typically used of a woman).

Usage examples:

Who typically has more hair: blondes, brunettes or redheads?
adjective

(of hair) fair or pale yellow.

Usage examples:

Her long blonde hair

Meanings of Blood:

noun

The red liquid that circulates in the arteries and veins of humans and other vertebrate animals, carrying oxygen to and carbon dioxide from the tissues of the body.

Usage examples:

Drops of blood
verb

Initiate (someone) in a particular activity.

Usage examples:

Clubs are too slow to blood young players

Meanings of Blood and thunder:

phrase

Unrestrained and violent action or behaviour.

Usage examples:

A typical blood-and-thunder cup tie

Blood-clot

ˈθrɒm.bəs

Meanings of Blood-clot:

noun

A thick mass of blood that forms in a blood vessel and may block the flow of blood in the blood vessel

Usage examples:

Arterial thrombosis is caused by a thrombus in an artery.

Blood-red

ˌblʌd ˈred

Meanings of Blood-red:

noun

A bright red colour like fresh blood

Usage examples:

She wore black eyeliner and blood-red lipstick., the blood-red sun began to sink below the horizon.

Blood-sports

ˈblʌd ˌspɔːt

Meanings of Blood-sports:

noun

Any sport that involves animals being killed or hurt to make the people watching or taking part feel excitement

Meanings of Blood-ties:

noun

The relationships that exist by birth rather than through marriage

Meanings of Bloodbath:

noun

An event or situation in which many people are killed in an extremely violent way.

Usage examples:

He allowed the protest to go ahead despite warnings that it would spark a bloodbath

Meanings of Bloodberry:

noun

A berry of a blood-red colour.

Bloodcurdling

ˈblʌdˌkɜː.dəl.ɪŋ

Meanings of Bloodcurdling:

adjective

Causing or expressing terror or horror.

Usage examples:

A blood-curdling scream

Meanings of Blooded:

adjective

Having blood or a temperament of a specified kind.

Usage examples:

Thin-blooded
verb

Initiate (someone) in a particular activity.

Usage examples:

Clubs are too slow to blood young players
suffix

Having the type of blood mentioned

Usage examples:

Warm-blooded

Meanings of Bloodfin:

noun

A small south american freshwater fish that is silvery yellow with bright red fins, popular in aquaria.

Usage examples:

Ended up buying bloodfins because i didn't want to buy fish and have it die early.

Meanings of Bloodfins:

noun

A small south american freshwater fish that is silvery yellow with bright red fins, popular in aquaria.

Usage examples:

Ended up buying bloodfins because i didn't want to buy fish and have it die early.

Meanings of Bloodhound:

noun

A large hound of a breed with a very keen sense of smell, used in tracking.

Usage examples:

No trail is laid or dragged and the bloodhounds have such a keen sense of smell that they can follo…

Meanings of Bloodhounds:

noun

A large hound of a breed with a very keen sense of smell, used in tracking.

Usage examples:

No trail is laid or dragged and the bloodhounds have such a keen sense of smell that they can follo…

Meanings of Bloodied:

verb

Cover or stain with blood.

Usage examples:

He ended the fight with his face bloodied and battered
adjective

Covered, smeared, or running with blood.

Usage examples:

His bloody hands

Meanings of Bloodier:

adjective

Covered, smeared, or running with blood.

Usage examples:

His bloody hands
verb

Cover or stain with blood.

Usage examples:

He ended the fight with his face bloodied and battered

Meanings of Bloodies:

verb

Cover or stain with blood.

Usage examples:

He ended the fight with his face bloodied and battered
adjective

Covered, smeared, or running with blood.

Usage examples:

His bloody hands

Meanings of Bloodiest:

adjective

Covered, smeared, or running with blood.

Usage examples:

His bloody hands
verb

Cover or stain with blood.

Usage examples:

He ended the fight with his face bloodied and battered

Meanings of Bloodily:

adverb

In an extremely violent way that involves a lot of blood and injuries

Usage examples:

All the demonstrations were bloodily suppressed by government forces., the war raged bloodily on.

Meanings of Blooding:

verb

Initiate (someone) in a particular activity.

Usage examples:

Clubs are too slow to blood young players
noun

The red liquid that circulates in the arteries and veins of humans and other vertebrate animals, carrying oxygen to and carbon dioxide from the tissues of the body.

Usage examples:

Drops of blood

Meanings of Bloodless:

adjective

(of a revolution or conflict) without violence or killing.

Usage examples:

A bloodless coup

Meanings of Bloodletter:

noun

A person who extracts blood from a person or animal for therapeutic purposes, especially a phlebotomist.

Bloodletting

ˈblʌdˌlet.ɪŋ

Meanings of Bloodletting:

noun

The surgical removal of some of a patient's blood for therapeutic purposes.

Usage examples:

There are medieval scenes of bloodletting, and of doctors cauterising patients' piles, polyps, and …

Meanings of Bloodline:

noun

An animal's set of ancestors or pedigree, especially with reference to the desirable characteristics bred into it.

Usage examples:

The herd has british bloodlines going back 200 years

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