blood-and-thunder


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blood-and-thunder

adj
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) denoting or relating to a melodramatic adventure story
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blood-and-thunder

[ˈblʌdənˈθʌndəʳ] ADJmelodramático

blood-and-thunder

[ˌblʌdənˈθʌndəʳ] adj (novel, play, film) → a sensazione
References in classic literature ?
Great, therefore, was the excitement throughout the valley; and many people, who had never once thought of glancing at the Great Stone Face for years before, now spent their time in gazing at it, for the sake of knowing exactly how General Blood-and-Thunder looked.
why, I call it Old Blood-and-Thunder himself, in a monstrous looking-glass
Gathergold and old Blood-and-Thunder, was a native of the valley, but had left it in his early days, and taken up the trades of law and politics.