Third-person singular simple present indicative form of blood.(verb)
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Use "bloods" in a sentence
"And he beckoned imperiously to a neighbouring group of men, -- "bloods" -- always ready to follow him in a "rag," and heroes together with him of a couple of famous bonfires, in Falloden's first year."
"Where sons of wealthy ranching families tended to be hard-drinking, steak-devouring, woman-chasing "bloods" completely alienated from things of the intellect and spirit, Francisco didn't drink, abstained from meat and believed in arcane mysticism."
"In their heyday, the Penny Dreadfuls sometimes called "bloods" or "shilling shockers" were produced en-masse."