bloodlessly bloodlessly


  • (adv) without bloodshed; in a bloodless manner; without shedding blood


  1. Nova Scotia's drought did not pass bloodlessly.
  2. They could have stopped italmost bloodlesslyby stopping Hitler in 1933, in 1936, perhaps even in 1938.
  3. A bandage that does not stick to wounds, so that it peels off painlessly and bloodlessly, was announced by Bauer Black.


  • Nationalism, Not NATO, Is Our Great Ally

    With Vladimir Putin having bloodlessly annexed Crimea and hinting that his army might cross the border to protect the Russians of East Ukraine, Washington is abuzz with talk of dispatching U.S. troops to Eastern Europe. But unless we have lost our minds, we are not going to fight Russia over territory no president ever regarded as vital to us. Indeed, should Putin annex Eastern and Southern ...
    on April 22, 2014     Source: Pat Buchanan via Yahoo! News


  • "I see that this could not have ended bloodlessly, and I would have had to exercise my power," said Shevardnadze, 75, referring to his futile declaration of a state of emergency after he was forced by protesters to flee the parliament building...
    on Nov 23, 2003 By: Eduard Shevardnadze Source: Deseret News

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