from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who performs bloodletting (the removal of blood in the hope of curing illness).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, lets blood; a phlebotomist.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who lets blood, as in diseases; a phlebotomist.
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She wasn't being portrayed as the voodoo witch (Marie Leuveu), but Morganna Blessing; a willing bloodletter to a vampiric character (Doctor Strange's younger brother; Victor, who was the 90's incarnation of "Baron Blood").
Our ancestors listened with awe and obedience to the warnings and behests of the medicine man, bloodletter, bonesetter, family doctor.
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In addition, several units and abilities seem like they'll reward players with excellent micromanagement skills, such as the tier-two bloodletter daemons, which are already-powerful melee units with a limited teleportation ability, and the Great Unclean One, the faction's top-level unit and something of an avatar of Nurgle -- a giant, bloated daemon which can vomit bile on its enemies or lasso them closer with a strand of its exposed intestines.
Depending on which commander you've chosen, worshipping at a shrine will produce different effects -- chaos lord shrines will briefly summon some bloodletter melee daemons that will disappear after a short period; plague champion shrines will heal nearby allies; and chaos sorcerer shrines will cause nearby units to infiltrate and can also fire energy bolts like a turret.
While she’s a consumate bloodletter in the movie, in real life, VanGuard is a self-described “actress/hand model/makeup artist/stunt girl” with an MBA.