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blood·less

 (blŭd′lĭs)
adj.
1. Deficient in or lacking blood.
2. Pale and anemic in color: smiled with bloodless lips.
3. Achieved without bloodshed: a bloodless coup.
4. Lacking vivacity or spirit: a long, bloodless speech.
5. Devoid of human emotion or feeling: charts of bloodless economic indicators.

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

bloodlessly

[ˈblʌdlɪslɪ] ADVsin derramamiento de sangre

bloodlessly

[ˈblʌdləsli] adv [win] → sans effusion de sang

bloodlessly

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Nay, he will be here soon; may heaven send you home quietly first that you may not meet with him in the day of his coming, for once he is here the suitors and he will not part bloodlessly.
Russia adjusted its information confrontation strategy six years later against Ukraine, quickly and bloodlessly reclaiming Crimea and keeping potentially intervening countries at bay.
It's clearly a transition that has happened smoothly and bloodlessly .
In Janu- ary, troops from the Economic Community of West African States played a crucial role in bloodlessly dislodging Gambia's Yahya Jammeh following his refusal to step down after a comprehensive election defeat.
Epistemic and corporeal acts of extermination, forcible removal, assimilation, renaming, and forgetting that characterized a not-too-distant American colonial past dampen the prospects of bloodlessly remaking the world once again at Blithedale.
The revolutionary French declaration of the Rights of Man found its measured British equivalent, so this account goes, in the Reform Bill of 1832, which bloodlessly extended the right of suffrage to appropriately propertied citizens.
To put it much too bloodlessly, we have run a bunch of natural experiments on market reaction to changes in perceived security risk.
In January, troops from the Economic Community of West African States played a crucial role in bloodlessly dislodging Gambia's Yahya Jammeh following his refusal to step down after a comprehensive election defeat.
achieves its sovereignty-infringing end bloodlessly and the illegal
The many animals we see are similarly anonymous--never beloved, named pets, but rather a flock of birds flying in random formation over a rippling sea, a row of freshly slaughtered pigs hanging bloodlessly in an abattoir, or a heap of factory-farmed fish being processed on a conveyor belt.
It shattered on the linoleum but the broken glass was no obstacle to the snakes on the floor; they slid bloodlessly over the shards.