Examples of bloodshed in a Sentence
Years of violence and bloodshed have left much of the country in ruins.
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Police and government agents, vastly outgunned, ultimately retreated rather than risk bloodshed, and no shots were fired.
The complex effort, dubbed Operation Tin Panda, targeted 50 people in response to a tide of bloodshed in Prince William County and to stop the gang’s activity in other parts of the area.
More: Marvel spins 'X-Men' universe into Fox's 'The Gifted' But the world of terror and bloodshed seems far removed from the Strucker family’s, whose biggest problems are dance outfit choices and school bullying.
Criticism of the government’s inability to prevent such large-scale bloodshed adds to already festering discontent and a deep political divide between Somalia’s regional states and its federal authorities.
Despite the bloodshed in Charleston and Charlottesville, and the national embarrassment of President Trump’s not-so-subtle exoneration of white supremacist terrorism, the fight over the removal of Confederate monuments continues.
In response to Iran’s crackdown, Islamist State militants have renewed calls for more bloodshed against Iran’s Shiite majority, which the group views as apostates who should be killed.
There was violence and bloodshed that day as a young black student was punched through a glass door by the son of the local KKK leader.
Just placing signatures on a piece of paper before both parties are ready for peace is a sure path toward more bloodshed.
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