cold-bloodedly cold-bloodedly


  • (adv) in cold blood


  • Kansas hate crime didn’t emerge from a vacuum

    By Ben Cohen/   When you look at the image of Frazier Glenn Cross, AKA Glenn Miller, the shooter who cold-bloodedly murdered three Christians in a bloody eve-of-Passover spree at... Read more »
    on April 24, 2014     Source: Jewish Ledger


  1. "People can't just come into our state and cold-bloodedly murder somebody. That's unacceptable, regardless of nationality," Bush said at the time.
    on Oct 11, 2007 By: President Bush Source:

  2. Speaking after the match an angry Hodgson said: "The opponent cold-bloodedly smashed him. I'm tempted to say I'd prefer to have lost and have no injury to Johnson." "I don't think things like that should happen in football - not without...
    on Aug 21, 2009 By: Roy Hodgson Source:

  3. "I don't believe that IDF soldiers cold-bloodedly targeted Palestinian civilians. We will wait for the results of the investigation, but my impression is that the IDF behaved in a moral and ethical manner. If there were any incidents, there were...
    on Mar 23, 2009 By: Gabi Ashkenazi Source: Ynetnews

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