bloodstain


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blood·stain

 (blŭd′stān′)
n.
A stain caused by blood.
tr.v. blood·stained, blood·stain·ing, blood·stains
To stain with blood.

[V., back-formation from bloodstained.]

bloodstain

(ˈblʌdˌsteɪn)
n
a dark discoloration caused by blood, esp dried blood

blood•stain

(ˈblʌdˌsteɪn)

n.
a spot or stain made by blood.
[1810–20]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bloodstain - a discoloration caused by blood
discoloration, discolouration, stain - a soiled or discolored appearance; "the wine left a dark stain"

bloodstain

verb
To cover with blood:
Translations

bloodstain

[ˈblʌdsteɪn] Nmancha f de sangre

bloodstain

[ˈblʌdsteɪn] ntache f de sang

bloodstain

[ˈblʌdˌsteɪn] nmacchia di sangue
References in classic literature ?
One was an aged, dignified, stern-looking gentleman, clad as for a solemn festival in grave and costly attire, but with a great bloodstain on his richly wrought band; the second, an aged man, meanly dressed, with a dark and malign countenance, and a broken halter about his neck; the third, a person not so advanced in life as the former two, but beyond the middle age, wearing a coarse woollen tunic and leather breeches, and with a carpenter's rule sticking out of his side pocket.
At the end of three-quarters of a league, within fifty paces of Festubert, a larger bloodstain appeared; the ground was trampled by horses.
The bloodstain was conclusive, in his opinion, on that point.
That pleased him, for the twins had required the earliest comers to make a scrutiny of their hands and clothes, and neither these people nor Wilson himself had found any bloodstains upon them.
Out of the window he must apparently have gone for no other exit could be discovered, and the ominous bloodstains upon the sill gave little promise that he could save himself by swimming, for the tide was at its very highest at the moment of the tragedy.
The thick socks were peeled from his patent-leathers, the ragged trousers stripped from an evening pair, bloodstains and Newgate fringe removed at the water's edge, and the whole sepulchre whited in less time than the thing takes to tell.
A bloodstain on a bottle of bleach found in his house came from Johan Gillette, something that could bolster the state's claim that Gillette tried to cover up his role in the killing of two people next door by cleaning the scene with bleach.
He added: "Current tests use chemicals which can be detrimental to the subsequent DNA analysis of the bloodstain.
A bloodstain on a tissue in her bedroom could have come from the attacker taking it from a box with a bloodstained finger, the court heard.
to assess bloodstain patterns), an evidence dynamics protocol, review questions, a glossary, companion website, and web references to a report on sharp force homicide, a bloodstain pattern case study, and staged crime scene analysis.
I think if you've got a T-shirt with a bloodstain all over it, maybe laundry isn'tyour biggest problem.
Principles of bloodstain analysis; theory and practice.