haemophile haemophile


  • (n) someone who has hemophilia and is subject to uncontrollable bleeding


  1. When a haemophile receives the slightest scratch he begins to bleed profusely and the wound heals so slowly that the haemophile may easily bleed to death.
  2. Prince Jaime is no haemophile, but until a few years ago he was a deaf mute.
  3. When a haemophile receives even the slightest cut his wound heals so slowly that from the merest scratch he may bleed to death.
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