Definition of blooded
1 : having blood of a specified kind —used in combination cold-blooded
2 : being entirely or largely purebred a herd of blooded stock
Examples of blooded in a Sentence
the expansive farm on which blooded Arabian horses are raised
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Ms. Skonberg, a trumpeter and vocalist, has a playful and warm-blooded take on cocktail jazz; her voice is sly and smoky, her horn playing strong and assured.
Torres responded, and with the help of an gator trapper, found the cold-blooded creature hiding in the bushes.
Orestes becomes a man of action who succumbs to the will of others, like his father, while Electra winds up a cold-blooded, cunning manipulator, like Clytemnestra.
On another day, several of us joined Mike Nez, a full-blooded Navajo jewelry maker at the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa to learn how to design and make our own copper bracelets.
Set in the coastal city of Busan, the pic begins with a wry exchange between a pair of squeamish junior mobsters drawing parallels between eating seafood and committing cold-blooded murder.
Few would know the scope of the cult's madness until Aum burst onto the world scene in March 1995 with a cold-blooded nerve gas attack in the subways of rush hour Tokyo.
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