bloodily bloodily


  • (adv) involving a great bloodshed


  1. Now he, or a copycat, is again bloodily reducing the population as if the Rust Belt didn't have enough problems.
  2. The Force worked hard and bloodily to maintain the legend, pasted their divisional stickers on the bodies of Germans they knifed and on enemy equipment they disabled.
  3. In the mid-19th century the Mormons built a gleaming capital here, only to be bloodily expelled within seven years.


  • Past Times: 'Killer Kane' gets his Medal of Honor

    Buried among the usual melange of shootings, stabbings, drownings, car wrecks and mayhem that bloodily populate the front pages of the past, there are some gems that require a gentle click to the left from the online reader. Enjoy.
    on September 5, 2013     Source: The Shreveport Times

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