Examples of bloodshed in a Sentence
Years of violence and bloodshed have left much of the country in ruins.
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The bloodshed comes days after the police department and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives announced a new task force aimed at decreasing the spread of illegal guns throughout the Windy City.
They were allowed to come and go for several weeks as authorities tried to avoid bloodshed seen in past standoffs at Waco, Texas, and Ruby Ridge, Idaho.
This is all the same rhetoric Marxists used to justify the bloodshed in Soviet Russia and Maoist China.
This was a rock concert as tent revival, complete with copious Old Testament references and music brimming with bloodshed, treachery, tenderness and beauty.
The fate of the physical building, once a haven now marred by bloodshed, is still unclear.
In ceding the right of Jews to pray on the Mount, Dayan’s intention was to minimize bloodshed and prevent the Palestinian-Israeli conflict from becoming a holy war.
Megyn Kelly and Putin The former Fox News host's career at NBC began with an interview with Vladimir Putin that proved a predictable rhetorical duel with little bloodshed.
Residents along the 3700 block of Ulloa Street woke Wednesday morning (Oct. 5) to the aftermath of the bloodshed that visited their neighborhood the previous night, when three people were killed and two others wounded. '
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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
BLOODSHED Defined for Kids
Definition of bloodshed for Students
: serious injury or death caused by violence
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