- n the flow of blood from a ruptured blood vessel
- v lose blood from one's body
- v draw blood
- v get or extort (money or other possessions) from someone
- v be diffused
- v drain of liquid or steam
- When Harakatmo was still bleeding the next morning, they sent a horseman to fetch a village health worker, but Harakatmo's bleeding continued.
- To treat heavy menstrual bleeding, patients can use an interuterine device (IUD) coated with the hormone levonorgestrel, a type of progesterone.
- The operating-table hazard that surgeons dread most is persistent bleeding.
- Barack Obama in CNN
We've seen courageous women stand up to the brutality and threats and we've experienced the searing image of a woman bleeding to death on the streets,said President Barack Obama.
- Dennis Quaid in News 10NBC
Quaid, 53, said the twins' blood turned "the consistency of water, where they had a complete inability to clot. And they were basically bleeding out at that point."
- John Edwards in Washington Post
What their perception is that America is a bully and we only care about our short-term interests,Edwards said. "The starting place is to end the bleeding sore that is the war in Iraq."