Examples of bloodthirsty in a Sentence
the Goths were a wild and bloodthirsty people
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British diplomats in the kingdom sometimes chide journalists for widening the gap between the reality of life in Saudi Arabia and the country’s bloodthirsty image.
Zeljko Raznatovic, a Serbian career criminal and bloodthirsty nationalist fanatic better known as Arkan, commandeered Tito’s old suite while his gunmen put up a sign on the front door barring entry to ethnic Albanians and dogs.
Typically, this person would get a first impression rose, but Chelsea is bloodthirsty.
In the film, a costume drama spectacular, the bloodthirsty Muslim king, a sort of maniacal Indian Wolverine, snarls, swaggers and tears hunks of meat off bones.
But airing bloodthirsty, rude, and evil thoughts about politics can be more than simply a trolling move.
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.
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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
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