blood-caked

blood-caked

adj
literary caked with blood
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He was alive; these were his first words; the Italian had the blood-caked ruler in his hand, and with his knife was reaching up to cut the thongs that lashed the hands.
His younger brother, five-year-old Omran Daqneesh, was pictured in the back of an ambulance after being pulled from the rubble, with an expression of incomprehension on his dust- and blood-caked face.
I thought of the blood-caked face, the peculiar angles of his limbs and the comfortable position I'd left him in, propped up against the rocks that had taken him.
A blood-caked T-shirt worn by Peter Hale, 43, during the alleged attack was shown to the jury, with the phrase, "Peter, property of Jo," sprawled across the back in black marker pen.
Amy might be Xve foot nothing in her blood-caked stockings.
I don't know about you but I still have nightmares about those blood-caked pink ballet pumps that make me want to give myself a damn good rub down with Swarfega and a wire wool brush afterwards.
Police found the blood-caked putter dumped in a nearby alleyway.
THE BLADE on death's sickle is beginning to show some wear in ``Final Destination 3,'' but it's not as dull as the film itself - an uninspired splatterfest that wears its vulgarity on its blood-caked sleeve and is cynical enough to use 9/11 in its vapid story line.
QUSAY; The blood-caked face of Saddam's youngest son looks like that of a man who died in pain.
In the garage were blood-caked items used to dispose of the bodies.
Single-handedly, through force of personality and immense moral stature, he saved his country from the blood-caked anarchy everyone - black, white and mocha - thought certain when I was there in 1991.
The frail pensioner was allegedly left in casualty with a head wound for nearly three days with blood-caked socks and without being washed or changed.