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- adj. comparative form of bloodthirsty: more bloodthirsty
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You're one of the bloodthirstier women writers I know.
“I sent him another challenge, and another and another,” he wrote in his autobiography, “and the more he did not want to fight, the bloodthirstier I became.”
The C. of E. doesn't dwell much on the bloodthirstier bits of the Bible, that's my excuse.
Â It seems to be getting a bit bloodthirstier yes, I know early in the book someone's head exploded, but what's a little splatter among friends?
Jimmy -- but you know that boy's way -- gave me the impression that he didn't condemn Jack's craze as unsportsmanlike: merely for being, as he put it, a thought bloodthirstier than any line of sport he himself felt any inclination to follow.
They are more cunning than foxes, and bloodthirstier than panters, and they no more git tired than the spiders, that spin and piece a web as fast as you break it.
You're bloodthirstier than he is because you WANT to kill someone and he didn't want to nor even intend to.