bad blood

  1. a feeling of ill will arousing active hostility
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How To Use bad blood In A Sentence

  • For this is what Bad Blood is - an unashamed melodrama, complete with villains, misunderstood heroes and convoluted, nonsensical plots.
  • The fact is these back-to-back Ashes battles have meant the bad blood between the two sides has had practically no time to simmer down. The Sun
  • If Caratacus had a following in North Wales as well as among the Silures, then Cartimandua handing Caratacus over to the Romans might be expected to provoke bad blood between the kingdoms. Cadafael, King of Gwynedd
  • Now that the inevitable has happened, the resulting polarisation and bad blood has made power-sharing infeasible. Times, Sunday Times
  • There was bad blood between Uncle Hal and Uncle Charlie.
  • More than 6,000 officers had been drafted in over fears that centuries of bad blood and conflict between the two nations would erupt in violence. The Sun
  • If it was, all hint of bad blood between vehicle and passenger has long disappeared.
  • It is really important that there is no hangover from the strike in terms of strained relationships and bad blood. Times, Sunday Times
  • Although bad blood over the contract may hurt morale, for now execs are happy to have a victory in hand.
  • Just another version of chuckie hagel ... bad blood .. Poll: Obama has edge over McCain
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