Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a bloody face or appearance.
“The Giants needed a bloody-faced Eli Manning to steal a headline in this town.”
“New York City's Department of Health has launched a new campaign to curb binge drinking that features a bloody-faced man and a woman passed out on subway steps after a night of drinking -- or, as Lindsay Lohan refers to it -- Thursday.”
“The boy himself was bloody-faced but hardly looked like someone who needed saving; he was grinning a grin as dangerous-looking as the broken glass that littered the floor.”
“The officer was hatless, bloody-faced, and Obadiah limped off the track, praying that he would not be noticed.”
“A pair of bloody-faced Connaught Rangers had attached themselves to Harper and the three were chanting their war cries in Irish.”
“The baby had grown silent in her mother's rocking arms, but the child called Alanya had turned her terrified wide eyes back on the bloody-faced madman who had invaded their apartment.”
“The bloody-faced man dangled above the alley at arm's length from the window.”
“She saw one of the bigger Dalys, bloody-faced, bare-headed, and with a torn coat, dashing for his door.”
“But supreme torture, bitterer than death, Poggin stood, mane like a lion's, back to the wall, bloody-faced, grand, with his guns spouting red!”
“As Bruce staggered up, all bloody-faced, bellowin 'an' spittin 'out teeth Isbel eyed Greaves's crowd an' said: 'If any of y'u make a move it' ll mean gun-play. ”
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