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Adjective: bloody (bloodier,bloodiest)  blú-dee
  1. Having or covered with or accompanied by blood
    "a bloody nose"; "your scarf is all bloody"; "the effects will be violent and probably bloody"; "a bloody fight"
  2. Informal intensifier
    "what a bloody nuisance"; "a bloody fool";
    - bally [Brit], blinking [Brit], blooming [Brit], crashing, flaming, effing [Brit], freaking
  3. [Brit] Used for disapproving emphasis
    "he's a bloody idiot";
    - bleeding [Brit], bleedin' [Brit]
Verb: bloody  blú-dee
  1. Cover with blood
    "bloody your hands"
Adverb: bloody  blú-dee
  1. Extremely
    "you are bloody right";
    - damn, all-fired

Derived forms: bloodiest, bloodied, bloodies, bloodying, bloodier

See also: blood-filled, bloodstained, bloodsucking, bloodthirsty, bloody-minded [Brit], butcherly, crimson, gory, homicidal, internecine, merciless, murderous, red, sanguinary, sanguineous, slaughterous, unmerciful, unmitigated, violent

Type of: cover, spread over

Antonym: bloodless

Encyclopedia: Bloody