spill/shed blood

Definition of spill/shed blood

  1. :  to kill people violently The blood of too many people has been spilled/shed.

Word by Word Definitions

spillplay
  1. :  kill, destroy

    :  to cause (blood) to be lost by wounding

    :  to cause or allow especially accidentally or unintentionally to fall, flow, or run out so as to be lost or wasted

  1. :  the act or an instance of spilling

    :  a fall from a horse or vehicle or an erect position

    :  something spilled

  1. :  a wooden splinter

    :  a small roll or twist of paper or slip of wood for lighting a fire

shedplay
  1. :  to set apart :  segregate

    :  to cause to be dispersed without penetrating

    :  to cause (blood) to flow by cutting or wounding

  1. :  distinction, difference

    :  something (as the skin of a snake) that is discarded in shedding

    :  a divide of land

  1. :  a slight structure built for shelter or storage

    :  a single-storied building with one or more sides unenclosed

    :  a building that resembles a shed

  1. :  to put or house in a shed

bloodplay
  1. :  the fluid that circulates in the heart, arteries, capillaries, and veins of a vertebrate animal carrying nourishment and oxygen to and bringing away waste products from all parts of the body

    :  a comparable fluid of an invertebrate

    :  a fluid resembling blood

  1. :  to stain or wet with blood

    :  bleed

    :  to expose (a hunting dog) to sight, scent, or taste of the blood of its prey


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