sanguineous


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san·guin·e·ous

 (săng-gwĭn′ē-əs)
adj.
1. Relating to or involving blood or bloodshed.
2. Having the color of blood; blood-red.

[From Latin sanguineus, from sanguis, sanguin-, blood.]

sanguineous

(sæŋˈɡwɪnɪəs)
adj
1. of, containing, relating to, or associated with blood
2. a less common word for sanguine1, sanguine2, sanguine3
sanˈguineousness n

san•guin•e•ous

(sæŋˈgwɪn i əs)

adj.
1. of, pertaining to, or containing blood.
2. of the color of blood.
3. involving much bloodshed.
4. sanguine; confident.
san•guin′e•ous•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.sanguineous - accompanied by bloodshed; "this bitter and sanguinary war"
bloody - having or covered with or accompanied by blood; "a bloody nose"; "your scarf is all bloody"; "the effects will be violent and probably bloody"; "a bloody fight"

sanguineous

adjective
1. Attended by or causing bloodshed:
Translations

sanguineous

[sæŋˈgwɪnɪəs] ADJsanguíneo

san·guin·e·ous

a. sanguíneo-a, rel. a la sangre o de abundante sangre.
References in classic literature ?
But he had intermarried with a branch of the Stiltstalkings, who were also better endowed in a sanguineous point of view than with real or personal property, and of this marriage there had been issue, Barnacle junior and three young ladies.
Balibar's notion of nationalism as a "fictive ethnicity" dependent on the imaginary blood bonds among citizens of common origin fits well with Patterson's explanation of slavery as "social death" produced by the lack of sanguineous ties to the community.
The vehicle carrying the body would stop in front of the churches and fiery, sanguineous slogans would be shouted.
Two cows, six bullocks, two she buffaloes and one ewe were presented with signs of illness of upper respiratory tract like snoring, inspiratory dyspnoea, sero sanguineous to mucopurulent discharges with or without visible growths.
Continuing the exercise an adaptation of the cardiovascular system is verified, with increase of the cardiac rhythm and cardiac force, increase of the arterial pressure, adaptation of the respiratory system, increase of the sanguineous flow, increment of the metabolism, rise of the glucose concentration in the blood, increase of glycolysis in the liver and muscle.
Copious mucopurulent otorrhea is usually a feature of active mucosal CSOM, whereas scanty, foul-smelling, and sometimes sanguineous varieties are seen in active squamosal CSOM (cholesteatoma).
A single duct-like process originating from ventral surface of swim bladder and reaching urogenital opening, the origin of the duct-like process is at the terminal of swim bladder and between the roots of two posterior extensions; a subextension of duct-like process is present, small but complex, connect with a sanguineous vesicle close to vertebra, with unknown function.
A 44-year-old woman with TS was referred to the Clinic of Otorhinolaryngology with intermittent purulent, fetid and sanguineous discharge from the left ear and hearing loss lasting for more than three years.
Stage Histopathologic alterations in the gills I Hypertrophy and hyperplasia of gill epithelium Sanguineous congestion Dilation of marginal vascular channels Lifting of respiratory epithelium Fusion and disorganisation of secondary gill lamellae Shortening of secondary lamellae Leukocyte infiltration of gill epithelium Aggregation of cells of the primary lamella II Haemorrhage and rupture of lamellar epithelium Hypertrophy and hyperplasia of mucous cells Empty mucous cells or their disappearance Hypertrophy and hyperplasia of chloride cells III Lamellar aneurism Necrosis and cell degeneration Lamellar telangiectasis Table 2.
Patterson (43) noted that frothy, sanguineous fluid generally exuded from the mouth and nostrils and that:
Mucosal specimens were taken for histopathological examination and revealed bronchial mucosa with sanguineous and purulent exsudate; histiocytes, fibroblasts and isolated multinucleated giant cells were present among the inflammatory cells.
During the summers of 2010 and 2011, no Hemigrapsus sanguineous larvae were present in the macrozooplankton samples collected from northern Barnegat Bay.