bloody-minded bloody-minded


  1. (adj) stubbornly obstructive and unwilling to cooperate
  2. (adj) marked by eagerness to resort to violence and bloodshed



  1. His novels and their sparkling film adaptations trace the soul of a contradictory, mean-spirited, beautiful, bloody-minded little island.
  2. But there were some bloody-minded politicians who wouldn't allow it through in the Legislative Councilagainst the people's wishes.
  3. Perhaps predictably, a group of bloody-minded white rightists had tried -- and failed -- to disrupt the process of change.


  • 'The Purge': Morality tale binges on violence and plot lapses ? 1/2

    James DeMonaco's "The Purge" is a bloody-minded, heavy-handed satire of life within these violent United States. It's a horror film with the occasional visceral thrill — the fear of being hunted, the excitement of righteous violence against nameless intruders. But mostly, it's just a clumsy lecture about who we're becoming: haves versus have-nots, with the haves armed to the teeth.        
    on June 7, 2013     Source: Orlando Sentinel


  1. "It must have been excruciating for you all to watch so you can imagine how excruciating it must have been for me," Dravid said. "That's the way I can be, a bit bloody-minded and not give it away. But I knew we needed a partnership."
    on Aug 13, 2007 By: Rahul Dravid Source: AFP

  2. "I think Alan Carpenter has been bloody-minded towards his neighbour," Mr Brough said.
    on Jun 25, 2007 By: Mal Brough Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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