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bloodlust


  • n  a desire for bloodshed

  • Though derided as "human cockfighting," the UFC feeds the video-game bloodlust of young fans and has ripped market share from the sweet science.
  • The gore-happy gang owes a lot of its recent good fortune to Whannell and Wan, who ushered in the latest iteration of big-screen bloodlust with the first Saw movie in 2004, just as .
  • But the main business of the day is bloodlust, with an emphasis on the lust.
News & Articles

  • Get Ready for Invading Asian Tiger Mosquitoes
    There’s an invading pest striking many American towns, and it’s about as menacing as it sounds: the Asian tiger mosquito, according to Discovery News. The site reports the mosquito was first brought to Texas in a shipment of tires. The bug is worrisome for several reasons: Unlike other mosquitoes, the aggressive Asian tiger bites all day long, from morning until night. It has a real bloodlust ...
    June 26, 2013 - The Oklahoman
Quotes

  • Pat Robertson in Washington Post
    To me, the overriding issue before the American people is the defense of our population from the bloodlust of Islamic terrorists,Robertson said in his statement.
  • Raila Odinga in BBC News
    Mr Odinga said: "The government and the police have turned this country into killing fields of the innocent, executing at will in an unprecedented bloodlust that began long before elections took place."

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