Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A blood-pudding.
- v. present participle of blood.
“♦ A Bride will render his body fully alive, giving him breath and making his heart beat, a process known as blooding.”
“A Bride will render his body fully alive, giving him breath and making his heart beat, a process known as blooding.”
“• A Bride will render his body fully alive, giving him breath and making his heart beat, a process known as blooding.”
“Through the spring months the trench raids continued in their process of "blooding" the new army for the "big push.”
“The enemy had been routed in battle, and that night, the victors sang by firelight, celebrating the successful "blooding" of a promising new recruit, who'd proved a natural-born fighter.”
“Hey kinda sound like Bush era stuff ... politics = poly (many) + tics (blooding sucking scavengers)”
“He said a combination of the strength of the euro against the pound, favourable tax rates on the continent and Uefa's new financial fair play rules would increase the likelihood of top clubs blooding young players.”
“England will be the better for blooding players this year, Tom Wood, Alex Corbisiero and Matt Banahan as a centre for three, but there are times when hardened warriors are needed.”
“Yet while the integration of Danny Welbeck and Jack Wilshere, or the blooding of Phil Jones and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will draw the focus in the months to come, Parker will be made to feel at home.”
“The idea of making pictures is: first armed police, then Uygurs, then injured people blooding, and a few Uygurs.”
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