- Included in Eastons: No
- Included in Hitchcocks: No
- Included in Naves: No
- Included in Smiths: No
- Included in Websters: Yes
- Included in Strongs: Yes
- Included in Thayers: No
- Included in BDB: Yes
- H1818 Used 15 times
BLOOD'Y, adjective Stained with blood.
1. Cruel; murderous; given to the shedding of blood; or having a cruel, savage disposition; applied to animals.
2. Attended with bloodshed; marked by cruelty; applied to things; as a bloody battle.
BLOOD'Y, verb transitive To stain with blood.
BLOODY', adverb Very; as bloody sick, bloody drunk. [This is very vulgar.]
The sign and token of our Lord's great agony (Luke 22:44).
BLOOD'Y-EYED, adjective Having bloody or cruel eyes.
BLOOD'Y-FACED, adjective Having a bloody face or appearance.
BLOOD'Y-FLUX, noun [blood and flux.] The dysentery, a disease in which the discharges from the bowels have a mixture of blood.
BLOOD'Y-HAND, noun [blood and hand.] A hand stained with the blood of a deer, which, in the old forest laws of England, was sufficient evidence of a man's trespass in the forest against venison.
BLOOD'Y-HUNTING, adjective Hunting for blood.
BLOOD'Y-MINDED, adjective [blood and mind.] Having a cruel, ferocious disposition; barbarous; inclined to shed blood.
BLOOD'Y-RED, adjective Having the color blood.
BLOODY-SCEP'TERED, adjective Having a scepter obtained by blood or slaughter.
BLOOD'Y-SWEAT, noun [blood and sweat.] A sweat, accompanied by a discharge of blood; also a disease, called sweating sickness, which formerly prevailed in England and other countries.