Examples of bloodshed in a Sentence
Years of violence and bloodshed have left much of the country in ruins.
Recent Examples of bloodshed from the Web
Modern Armenian art often subverts medieval forms to illustrate the annihilating effect of the bloodshed.
Pulse never reopened after the bloodshed, but the onePULSE Foundation recently unveiled a temporary memorial at the site and is working on plans for a permanent redesign of the site.
David Hogg, Emma Gonzalez, Cameron Kasky, Jaclyn Corin, and about two dozen other students have become the faces and voices of bloodshed in American classrooms.
To evade the bloodshed, Javier’s dad traveled to the United States and found a job cleaning boats in California’s Bay Area.
Memorial Day’s roots go back to the late 1860s, after the bloodshed of the Civil War.
Ménochet is formidably good at conveying the promise of violence, and, when that promise is kept, we are subjected to a final act that, though bereft of bloodshed, is as draining to watch as major surgery.
He was toppled, but the heady days of revolution faded in bloodshed and authoritarianism, and the former president was released from prison a few years later to be with his family again.
After the war, the tradition vanished—likely because the country had experienced enough bloodshed.
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BLOODSHED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bloodshed for English Language Learners
: the killing of people especially in a war
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