sanguinolent


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san·guin·o·lent

 (săng-gwĭn′ə-lənt)
adj.
Mixed or tinged with blood.

[Latin sanguinolentus, full of blood : sanguis, sanguin-, blood + -olentus, abounding in.]
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sanguinolent

(sæŋˈɡwɪnələnt)
adj
containing, tinged with, or mixed with blood
[C15: from Latin sanguinolentus, from sanguis blood]
sanˈguinolency n
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san·guin·o·lent

a. sanguinolento-a, que contiene sangre.
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