Bright red in color, like the color of fresh blood.(adjective)
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Use "blood-red" in a sentence
"So, the baroque became a cloak-and-dagger saga – a story lived out behind crimson Roman Catholic and blood-red Communist curtains, while Borromini became a suicidal papal knight – a hero."
"When she began her research at the archive I, an administrative assistant to so-and-so in the library, was the first to show her around, she with her flapper jet-black hair, her long fingers with silver rings, her sandals, her faded jeans, her blood-red tattoo that I saw once twisted around her hip when she leaned over."
"The first four years of the twentieth century were considered prosperous years, yet in that time more than 300,000 men added themselves to the ranks of the revolutionists, flinging their defiance in the teeth of bourgeois society and taking their stand under the blood-red banner."