shed blood

VERB
  1. kill violently
    They will never stop shedding the blood of their enemies
  2. lose blood from one's body
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How To Use shed blood In A Sentence

  • The place, by the by, was very stuffy and oppressive, and the faint halitus of freshly shed blood was in the air. The Time Machine, by H. G. Wells
  • On the other hand, religion makes brave valiant men meek tame and cowardly such that they refuse to shed blood even for their motherland.
  • Remember, too, that to shew mercy is better than to shed blood; the sword killeth, but the favor of the ruler bringeth joy and happiness. An Egyptian Princess — Complete
  • Foam of a lot of flesh was poured out of again after I dreamed of my nose to shed blood, very horrible, I have rhinitis, what can you represent?Beg ace oneiromancy !
  • Redemption and forgiveness of sins is through the direct agency of his shed blood.
  • This is a declaration of military intent, of the will to shed blood and tears for a fellow nation.
  • It's categorised medically as a lack of arousal or desire to have sex; dyspareunia (pain or discomfort during intercourse), diminished blood flow to the vagina, and an inability to achieve orgasm. The race to discover Viagra for women
  • Pallas [39] and of the Titans, but imbruing altars with the shed blood of strangers, a pest unsuited to the harp, [of strangers] sighing forth [40] a piteous cry, and shedding a piteous tear. The Tragedies of Euripides, Volume I.
  • Atone for death by death. Shed blood for old blood shed.
  • Wha is it else that kills maist of the folks about, unless now and than when the burghers take a tirrivie, and kill ane another, or whiles that the knights and nobles shed blood? The Fair Maid of Perth
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