[ UK /blˈʌdbɑːθ/ ]
[ US /ˈbɫədˌbæθ/ ]
  1. indiscriminate slaughter
    ten days after the bloodletting Hitler gave the action its name
    a huge prison battue was ordered
    the valley is no stranger to bloodshed and murder
    a bloodbath took place when the leaders of the plot surrendered
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How To Use bloodbath In A Sentence

  • Yes, hundreds of thousands died in the war itself and in the sectarian bloodbath that followed. Times, Sunday Times
  • As Greig put it: ‘The play's roots were not in the bloodbaths of post-modern cinema, but in the Shakespearean anatomies of reduced men: Lear on the heath and Timon in his cave.’
  • Brian De Palma is at his crazy best in this disturbing bloodbath with one of the most terrifying murder sequences (in split screen, no less!) ever. Eric’s Top 10 Overlooked Scary Movies » Scene-Stealers
  • As long as they remain on sale, another bloodbath is just one act of lunacy away. The Sun
  • A zoolike collection of exotic fur coats ( "It's been a bloodbath -- furs are my weakness," she admits) is maintained in labeled cloth bags, while a season's lesser models get relegated to nonslip hangers in the nosebleed back row. Anna Dello Russo Has Extra Apartment For Her Clothes (PHOTOS)
  • To defeat democracy, he has pursued a relentless, nihilistic bloodbath.
  • Others have been nothing short of bloodbaths, where age-old rivalries and enmities were brought out to be settled once and for all!
  • Our decision to back Tito led to our ally Mihailovich's execution and today's Yugoslav bloodbath.
  • A police spokesman said: 'It was a bloodbath. The Sun
  • First decrying the negative ads that both sides have run -- which, Lauer emoted, have created a "bloodbath" (puh-leeze) -- he asked: Phil Trounstine: eMeg's Historic Meltdown: Woman Booed by Women
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