American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A person, such as a hemophiliac, who bleeds freely or is subject to frequent hemorrhages.
- n. Slang A blood vessel from which there is uncontrolled bleeding.
- n. A blood vessel severed by trauma or surgery that requires cautery or ligature to arrest the flow of blood.
- n. A person who draws blood from another; a phlebotomist.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who lets blood.
- n. A person who is naturally predisposed to bleed. See hemophilia.
- n. In mech., a pipe which leads steam from the pressure-line to the intermediate or low-pressure cylinder of the engine or to the condenser.
- n. A person who is easily made to bleed, or who bleeds in unusually large amounts, particularly a hemophiliac.
- n. Anything that saps a resource produced by something else.
- n. A valve designed to release a small amount of excess pressure from a system.
- n. UK, slang, derogatory A troublesome fellow; a blighter.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who, or that which, draws blood.
- n. One in whom slight wounds give rise to profuse or uncontrollable bleeding.
- n. someone who has hemophilia and is subject to uncontrollable bleeding
- bleed + -er (Wiktionary)
“TODD: McElprang says that miners should also try to find what they call bleeder tunnels that are designed to let dangerous gases escape.”
“TODD (on camera): McElprang says the trapped miners should also try to find what they call bleeder tunnels that are designed to let dangerous gases escape.”
“TODD: McElprang says the trapped miners should also try to find what they call bleeder tunnels that are designed to let dangerous gases escape, and this is all in the event that the miners are not injured or in shell shock.”
“Lost in the headlines that focused on the fact that Eli is a bit of a bleeder was the performance of Victor Cruz, who became the first player to score three touchdowns in a preseason game since Terrell Owens in 1998, with San Francisco.”
“So, the fact that it's taking the air that bleeds off of the area that's been second-mined, that's how it's called a bleeder entry.”
“TODD: McElprang says the trapped miners should move around if they can, to try to find so-called bleeder tunnels that are designed to let dangerous gases escape.”
“When correctly applied to a major arterial or venous "bleeder," it leads to an extremely rapid separation of liquid from the blood, which, in turn, concentrates clotting and coagulation, slowing a hemorrhage with remarkable speed and effectiveness.”
“The social condition of the family does not alter the predisposition; the old Duke of Albany was a "bleeder"; and bleeder families are numerous, healthy looking, and have fine, soft skins.”
“As a rule the mother of a hemophile is not a "bleeder" herself, but is the daughter of one.”
“After shaving two patches for the purpose, the "bleeder," as he is justly called, makes eighteen scratches close together, about half an inch long.”
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