Examples of bloodthirsty in a Sentence
the Goths were a wild and bloodthirsty people
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Even if he'd been beaten up, then the Muslims of Finsbury Park would have been portrayed as these bloodthirsty, vindictive radicals.
In Cinderella, a handful of Disney creations nearly stole the show: the bloodthirsty but fatuous cat Lucifer, and the nimble mice, Jaq and Gus-Gus.
The challenges are especially acute in the city that Islamic State claimed as its capital and ruled with a bloodthirsty grip.
Jim Wyss Miami Herald Starting in the 1970s, while the country’s nascent film industry was tackling dramas and social issues, Pinilla was making films about bloodthirsty wheelchairs and magical islands.
These fantasies grow out of necessity, much as Thor and Loki have created an alternate history for Odin that masks his bloodthirsty past with their sister Hela (Cate Blanchett).
But LA Weekly reports that the Hollywood Bowl, where Moz is set to perform next weekend (Nov. 10-11), will be going completely meatless for the first time ever, with vendors serving up falafel burgers and potato tacos to the bloodthirsty masses.
More than countless other re-litigations of the Troubles, The Ferryman captures how the mission for Northern Irish independence has become a religion itself, captivating and bloodthirsty, and requiring seemingly endless sacrifices to keep it alive.
The Count’s bloodthirsty selfishness is held up by contrast as evil, yes, but also as infantile.
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Synonymsbloody, bloody-minded, homicidal, murdering, murderous, sanguinary, sanguine, sanguineous
Related Wordsbarbaric, barbarous, brutal, cold-blooded, cruel, heartless, inhumane, sadistic, savage, vicious, wanton; antagonistic, ferocious, fierce, gladiatorial, hostile; aggressive, assertive, bellicose, belligerent, combative, contentious, discordant, pugnacious, quarrelsome, scrappy, truculent, violent; merciless, pitiless, ruthless; bloodstained, fell, gory, grim; despiteful, hateful, malevolent, malicious, malign, malignant, mean, nasty, spiteful
Near Antonymsappeasing, conciliatory, disarming, dovish, mollifying, pacific, pacifying, peaceable, peaceful, peacemaking, placating, placative, placatory, propitiatory; unaggressive, unassertive; benign, benignant, compassionate, good-hearted, humane, kind, kindhearted, sympathetic, tenderhearted; tender, warm, warmhearted; clement, lenient, merciful; affable, amiable, amicable, benevolent, gentle, kindly; submissive, surrendering, yielding
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