bloodily


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blood·y

 (blŭd′ē)
adj. blood·i·er, blood·i·est
1. Stained with blood.
2. Of, characteristic of, or containing blood.
3. Accompanied by or giving rise to bloodshed: a bloody fight.
4. Bloodthirsty.
5. Suggesting the color of blood; blood-red.
6. Chiefly British Slang Used as an intensive: "Everyone wants to have a convict in his bloody family tree" (Robert Hughes).
adv.
Chiefly British Slang Used as an intensive: bloody well right.
tr.v. blood·ied, blood·y·ing, blood·ies
1. To stain, spot, or color with or as if with blood.
2. To make bleed, as by injuring or wounding: The troops were bloodied in the skirmish.

blood′i·ly adv.
blood′i·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.bloodily - involving a great bloodshed
bloodlessly - without bloodshed; in a bloodless manner; without shedding blood; "the coup disposed of the dictator bloodlessly"
Translations

bloodily

[ˈblʌdɪlɪ] ADV the rebellion was bloodily put downreprimieron la rebelión de forma sangrienta
a man was dying bloodily on the floorun hombre moría en el suelo en un baño de sangre or moría desangrado en el suelo

bloodily

[ˈblʌdɪli] adv [suppress, kill] → d'une manière sanglante; [crush, defeat, repress] → dans le sang

bloodily

adv defeat, repress, killblutig
References in classic literature ?
Though not a vaunting and bloodily disposed Goliath," returned David, drawing a sling from beneath his parti- colored and uncouth attire, "I have not forgotten the example of the Jewish boy.
You are always so bloodily wise," quoth the husband: "it would have cost her more, would it?
Friends," said the naturalist, looking with a sorrowful eye from one to another of his bloodily disposed companions, "slay not Asinus; he is a specimen of his kind, of whom much good and little evil can be said.
The evening of terror ends bloodily when Sam gets shot in the knees, and Gary shoots himself.
Genma Onimusha features more creatures and more ways to bloodily dispose of them.
We talk of "Roman civilization," for example, forgetting that the Roman elite spent the last decades before Jesus's birth bloodily suppressing its own ecstatic, unruly, Dionysian religious sects.
The killing of foxes is an antiquated rural pastime whose participants derive a perverted pleasure from witnessing animals bloodily mutilating other animals.
This explanation may have been beyond the scope of his work, but he dismisses too easily the concept of "Southern honor," when he states that current work on the subject merely "features a dash of the bloodily Celtic or Sicilian spice in the older Sir Walter Scott romantic stew" (p.
But Lebanon's recent history has been closely and bloodily linked with the cause of the Palestinians.
boldly revolutionary as peacefully as possible and as bloodily as required.
Eight centuries ago the Umbrian capital, Perugia, began to experience the "constant repetition of a single pattern, power gained by conspiracy and crime, maintained for a certain time by oppression, bloodily yielded in the end to some new gang.
The force of Richards and Milner's argument derives, in part, from our collective historical knowledge of what most sharply and most bloodily divides nations.