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  • n. Alternative form of blood-red.


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  • The wings were still there—extended and bloodred—but now there was something clustered on the bed beside her.

    Brush of Darkness

  • “Well, Grandma Ruth, thank ya so much,” Pamela said as she bent over to take the white box, which made her bloodred fingernails stand out even more.

    Brooklyn Story

  • On the nightstand beside Fancy sat a crystal decanter of bloodred strawberry wine, a half-empty wineglass, and a bottle of Tylenol PM.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • He unfurled the parchment, and I saw it was covered on both sides with some indecipherable writing I figured must be fairy language, but at the bottom my name was clearly written in thick bloodred ink.

    Master of Mirrors

  • Alexander stands motionless, his arms folded across his chest, bloodred eyes burning orange through his tinted specs.

    Angry Young Man

  • They began to fear that the bloodred moon was a sign from the gods that they would be slaughtered in the upcoming battle.

    Alexander the Great

  • Now they could see: The ramp led across a bloodred sea of lava and ended on a volcanic island at its center.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • Ivy quickly scanned the Times fashion section, noting that lips that summer would be bloodred and accessories would emphasize gladiator sandals and pelts.

    Three Stages of Amazement

  • Vampires flew off the floats like rats, eyes bloodred, fangs glistening.


  • Her grandparents had looked ashen as the cameras got a close-up of bloodred eyes and flashing fangs.



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