from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Clotted blood; gore.
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a gore-blood, and incontinently after, a vehement fever took her, by reason of the pain of her wound.
Pope.] [Note 116: "Cæsar ... was driven ... by the counsel of the conspirators, against the base whereupon Pompey's image stood, which ran all of a gore-blood till he was slain."