Examples of bloodthirsty in a Sentence
the Goths were a wild and bloodthirsty people
Recent Examples of bloodthirsty from the Web
There are no sharks in our tank, just millions of tiny, bloodthirsty leeches.
Nothing heightens drama like downsizing bloodthirsty women from a California McManse to a hotel room.
Carlson and the right-wing media push the contradictory argument that the campus left is at once fragile and bloodthirsty.
Seeing their squabbles played out against the backdrop of a giant, floating, bloodthirsty bear doesn’t diminish the legitimacy of their problems.
At a slightly more sophisticated and much less bloodthirsty exhibit nearby, kids could perform experiments in fluid mechanics.
Zappers seem to bring out a particularly bloodthirsty element in their owners, many of whom describe zapping bugs into the afterworld with great relish.
In between, scores of bloodthirsty electronic pirates will engage in gunfights with ammunition flying overhead.
Cohan believes that even after seven seasons, a show about decapitating bloodthirsty corpses does have something to say about the world, and humanity, as a whole.
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First Known Use of bloodthirsty
BLOODTHIRSTY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bloodthirsty for English Language Learners
: eager to hurt or kill : enjoying the sight of violence or bloodshed
BLOODTHIRSTY Defined for Kids
Definition of bloodthirsty for Students
: eager to kill or hurt
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