blood bath


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blood·bath

also blood bath  (blŭd′băth′, -bäth′)
n.
Savage, indiscriminate killing; a massacre.

blood bath

n
1. indiscriminate slaughter; a massacre
Translations

blood bath

nbagno di sangue
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Red colour is used as blood and the idea is taken from the blood bath in Shahi Hammam.
1562 - Blood bath at Vassy; General de Guise allows 1200 huguenots murder
'Most importantly, the country should pray against crisis that will emanate from the security forces - operative crisis that will end up a national calamity with dire consequences - blood bath and death.
Yet, the eerie coincidence of last week's stock market blood bath with the blood moon cannot simply be ignored.
Monday started with a blood bath on the trade floor as the KSE-100 crashed 1,899.88 points to close at 44,665.41 points.
" The women are questioning the local terrorists on this issue as a large number of Kashmiris are working in the police force, the army and other government services, and this can lead to a blood bath in the future," a source said.
The six officers have now received awards for their actions at the scene, which was described as a 'blood bath.'.
Hyderabad: The blood bath continues on the Hyderabad roads with 8 more people, including three graduates of IIT Kharagpur, killed in two accidents on Friday morning.
But there are serious questions to be asked here and I've little doubt that up and down Britain the fanatics who want to have a blood bath must have listened intently to every word of this protest.
JOHN McCALLUM insists he's ready for a crack at the British title after coming through his Brixton blood bath.
PESHAWAR -- KP Chief Minister Pervez Khattak while strongly condemning the organized terror incident of attacking school in high security zone at Warsak Road Peshawar and giving blood bath to innocent children therein has termed it the extremely antihuman and barbaric act of the century.
"American Horror Story" Season 4 returns tonight, with an episode titled "Blood Bath." This episode 8 of "Freak Show" will see Regina (Gabourey Sidibe) arriving at Dandy and Gloria's house, asking "where is my mother." The preview of the episode indicates that to protect her son, Gloria can do anything, including shoot Regina.