Definition of Bloodguilty

1. Adjective. Guilty of murder or bloodshed.

Similar to: Guilty
Derivative terms: Bloodguilt



Definition of Bloodguilty

1. a. Guilty of murder or bloodshed.

Definition of Bloodguilty

1. Adjective. Guilty of murder or bloodshed. ¹

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Definition of Bloodguilty

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Bloodguilty

1. Guilty of murder or bloodshed. "A bloodguilty life." . Blood"guiltiness, Blood"guiltless. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bloodguilty

bloode
blooded
bloodedness
blooden
bloodened
bloodening
bloodens
bloodfest
bloodfin
bloodfins
bloodflower
bloodflowers
bloodguilt
bloodguiltiness
bloodguilts
bloodguilty (current term)
bloodhead
bloodheads
bloodhound
bloodhounds
bloodied
bloodied nose
bloodied noses
bloodier
bloodies
bloodiest
bloodily
bloodiness
bloodinesses
blooding

Literary usage of Bloodguilty

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1885)
"His victories have been as barren as his defeats have been humiliating and " bloodguilty." During the past four years in Egypt, the inherent vice of his ..."

2. Missionary Labours and Scenes in Southern Africa by Robert Moffat (1850)
"... and which had already begun to be poured out on the bloodguilty tribes of the Orange River? After having talked to him for some time in this strain, ..."

3. The Spiritual Magazine (1862)
"He also confessed, th»t ti- first letter was written by himself, and not by a person of quality, us he h*; "I, the Lord, have in abhorrence the bloodguilty ..."

4. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1840)
"О ! the bloodguilty ever sees But sights that make him rue, As I do now, and cry therefore, All night long, ..."

5. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1885)
"His victories have been as barren as his defeats have been humiliating and " bloodguilty." During the past four years in Egypt, the inherent vice of his ..."

6. Missionary Labours and Scenes in Southern Africa by Robert Moffat (1850)
"... and which had already begun to be poured out on the bloodguilty tribes of the Orange River? After having talked to him for some time in this strain, ..."

7. The Spiritual Magazine (1862)
"He also confessed, th»t ti- first letter was written by himself, and not by a person of quality, us he h*; "I, the Lord, have in abhorrence the bloodguilty ..."

8. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1840)
"О ! the bloodguilty ever sees But sights that make him rue, As I do now, and cry therefore, All night long, ..."

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