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Definition of "bloods" [bloods]

  • Plural form of blood. (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of blood. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

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."