bled bled  /b ˈlɛd/


  1. (v) lose blood from one's body
  2. (v) draw blood
  3. (v) get or extort (money or other possessions) from someone
  4. (v) be diffused
  5. (v) drain of liquid or steam

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  1. Federal emissions requirements of the 1970s took a big neutering knife to American muscle cars, and no car bled more than the Corvette.
  2. For a year and a half the case dragged on, and all Israel bled from this opening of old wounds.
  3. Police say the arcs of blood on the walls suggest Manju bled to death in minutes.


  1. Spurs were game, but LeBron’s showed why he's best in the world

    MIAMI — As he spoke, the full blare of celebration bled through the walls of American Airlines Arena, through the curtains, loud music and loud voices, a reminder of all that had been in his fingers two nights earlier, all that had slipped through. Maybe it wouldn’t have mattered. It...
    on June 21, 2013     Source: New York Post

  2. Veteran Belcher leaves LH hockey for Notre Dame-WH

    WALLINGFORD —Tim Belcher has bled blue and orange for the past 16 years, but now he is going home.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: The Record-Journal

  3. Mom, daughters charged with starving family member with Down syndrome to death

    TAYLOR - For two years, Robert Gensiak's world was his bedroom. It was there, his family kept him from doctors, even when his skin cracked and bled and open sores formed from being forced to stay in his child-sized bed covered in feces.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: The Scranton Times-Tribune

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  • "Our friends have fought and bled and died alongside us in Afghanistan. Now, we must come together to end this war successfully," said Mr. Obama. "For what is at stake is not simply a test of NATO's credibility - what is at stake is the...
    on Dec 2, 2009 By: Barack Obama Source: Voice of America

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