from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Strong and highly spirited.
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- adj. Exhibiting healthy vigor or spirit; hearty.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having red or reddish blood: specifically noting the higher worms, or annelids, in which, however, the blood is often greenish.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. endowed with or exhibiting great bodily or mental health
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For the last 18 months, marketing has been driven by the idea of "red-blooded American luxury" as a guiding brand statement to those creating the advertising and marketing.
The good doctor was breast-obsessed and assumed any red-blooded man was likewise.
Now I like those jackets as much as the next id-controlled red-blooded male ... but if that is the context, then things that are NOT-context tend to stand out in my quest for "blew you away."
Gingrich spokesman RC Hammond rejected Mr. Romney's description of the former speaker, describing Mr. Gingrich as a hard-charging, red-blooded conservative.
Nice to see more red-blooded Americans at work at your think tank
Correia fills the book withenough action for any red-blooded male, a variety ofbad mamba jambamonsters, and wonderful characters.
Their common commitment to freedom unites them as red-blooded Americans.
HBO successfully brings the epic fantasy to TV with dynamic impact in this adult, red-blooded and relentlessly brutal saga derived from George R.R. Martin's iconic page-turners.
As a normal, red-blooded male, I enjoy the photos of the attractive women as much as the next guy.
It's as if I were to say, "Let's study geometry!" and you were to respond, "Let's study Gia Spumanti, the red-blooded American protagonist of 'A Shore Thing.'"