bad blood bad blood


  • (n) a feeling of ill will arousing active hostility



  1. Iger joked about striking a deal with Apple, not Pixar, but their warm handshake suggested they were putting any bad blood behind them.
  2. There's bad blood, and it will be spilled.
  3. McCain and Bush fought fiercely for the Republican nomination in 2000, and the bad blood lasted for several years.


  1. NASCAR: Jeff Gordon, Kasey Kahne tapped for Fox Sports 1 ad

    Is there bad blood between two of NASCAR's top drivers? Not in real life, but there will be in part of a new ad for Fox Sports 1 that was filmed Wednesday at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Detroit Free Press

  2. Dispute shuts out Oakland from East Bay radio system

    OAKLAND -- Bad blood between Oakland and a consortium of nearly every city and public safety agency in the East Bay is threatening to prevent first responders from communicating seamlessly during emergencies -- putting police officers, firefighters and the public at risk.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Montclarion

  3. Mexico vs. Puerto Rico burns hot

    Ultimately, the bad blood is born of healthy competition and grudging respect
    on June 13, 2013     Source: ESPN

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