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nosebleed

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noun nose·bleed \ˈnōz-ˌblēd\

Definition of nosebleed

  1. :  an attack of bleeding from the nose

Examples of nosebleed in a Sentence

  1. She often suffers from nosebleeds.

Recent Examples of nosebleed from the Web

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First Known Use of nosebleed

1848


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nosebleed

adjective nose·bleed

Definition of nosebleed

  1. :  extremely or excessively high seats in the nosebleed section nosebleed stock prices

Examples of nosebleed in a Sentence

  1. We had seats in the nosebleed section of the stadium.

  2. we were sitting way up in the nosebleed seats

First Known Use of nosebleed

1978


NOSEBLEED Defined for English Language Learners

nosebleed

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Definition of nosebleed for English Language Learners

  • : a condition in which you are bleeding from your nose

nosebleed

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Definition of nosebleed for English Language Learners

  • : very high


NOSEBLEED Defined for Kids

nosebleed

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noun nose·bleed \ˈnōz-ˌblēd\

Definition of nosebleed for Students

  1. :  a bleeding at the nose


Medical Dictionary

nosebleed

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noun nose·bleed \-ˌblēd\

Medical Definition of nosebleed

  1. :  an attack of bleeding from the nose—called also epistaxis



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