Simple Definition of Bloody Mary
: an alcoholic drink made with vodka, tomato juice, and usually spices
Full Definition of Bloody Mary
plural Bloody Marys
: a cocktail consisting essentially of vodka and usually spiced tomato juice
Origin of bloody mary
probably from Bloody Mary, appellation of Mary I of England
First Known Use: 1939
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