- n a disposition to shed blood
- But the Simbas still took the palm for bloodthirstiness.
- Given his undead state and his all too literal bloodthirstiness, his problem has ever been to find a socially (not to say legally) acceptable way of expressing his sweeter side.
- It is not the author's bloodthirstiness her plots are more sanguinary even than real life in the 20th century or the unvarying over burden of emotions that lies on all of her .
- David Starkey in Reuters
Henry is not only England's best-known king -- with his wives, his girth and his bloodthirstiness -- he is also our most important single ruler,David Starkey, a historian who is curating the exhibition, told Reuters. "When he came to the...
- Amy Chua in Los Angeles Times
Far more than their bloodthirstiness,Chua writes, "ethnic and religious tolerance allowed the Mongols to achieve and maintain world dominance."