from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Savage, indiscriminate killing; a massacre.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Indiscriminate killing or slaughter.
- n. An upset (as of a game with unexpected results.)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Indiscriminate slaughter; the killing of multiple persons.
- n. Substantial losses by many people, as in a mass termination of employment or widespread financial loss.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. indiscriminate slaughter
In the final showdown Sawyer must fight for his life in bloodbath duel vs. tagteam Tom Sawyer (Daddy Lock) himself and Danny Pickett.
But the specter of a midterm bloodbath that could cost Democrats their majority has focused chairmen's attention on the need to promote the work of those on the lower rungs - lest they lose their gavels.
Rep. Marion Berry's parting shot, published in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette offers a warning to moderate Democrats and border state moderates - warning of a midterm bloodbath comparable to the 54-seat D-to-R swing in 1994.
Rep. Marion Berry's parting shot, published in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette [no link, subscription only] offers a warning to moderate Democrats and border state moderates - warning of a midterm bloodbath comparable to the 54-seat D-to-R swing in 1994.
If this is the face that the Democratic Party puts forward this fall, the word bloodbath will be associated with this election.
I don’t think the word bloodbath is adequate enough to describe what is going to happen in the midterms.
I think you used the word bloodbath in that report.
Earlier this year Rep. Marion Berry of Arkansas warned moderate Democrats of a midterm bloodbath comparable to 1994.
The lethal force of the government offensive, including what rebels described as a "bloodbath" in the strategic western port of Zawiyah, raised the stakes for Washington and its Western allies.
What saved this uprising from becoming a bloodbath was the close ties America has to Egypt's military.