bloodyadjective [before noun], adverbuk /ˈblʌd.i/ us /ˈblʌd.i/ mainly UK very informal
bloodyadjectiveuk /ˈblʌd.i/ us /ˈblʌd.i/
- There is a danger that America's metaphoric 'war on drugs' may turn into a bloody reality.
- A bloody civil war followed the proclamation of an independent state.
- He told the doctor he had been passing bloody stools.
- This is the latest act of terrorism in a long-standing and bloody campaign of violence.
- The songs describe the bloody battles between the clans.