Definition of Bludy

1. Adjective. (obsolete spelling of bloody) ¹



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Definition of Bludy

1. bloody [adj BLUDIER, BLUDIEST] - See also: bloody

Lexicographical Neighbors of Bludy

bludged
bludgeon
bludgeoned
bludgeoner
bludgeoners
bludgeoning
bludgeonings
bludgeons
bludger
bludgers
bludges
bludging
bludie
bludier
bludiest
bludy (current term)
blue(a)
blue-belly
blue-black
blue-blind
blue-blindness
blue-blood
blue-blooded
blue-bloods
blue-bonnet
blue-chip
blue-chip stock
blue-collar
blue-collared

Literary usage of Bludy

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

1. English Writers: An Attempt Towards a History of English Literature by Henry Morley, William Hall Griffin (1890)
""The bludy Serk" is a good example of the religious earnestness that underlies ... For his lufe that bocht us deir Think on the bludy Serk ! ..."

2. English and Scottish Ballads by Francis James Child (1864)
"THE bludy SEEK. The bludy Serk, both story and morality, is taken from the Gesta Romanorum; see two forms of the tale in Madden's Old English Versions, ..."

3. British Poems, from "Canterbury Tales" to "Recessional" (1912)
"... best rosis of defence, Whan they me pray for helpe in thy presence. ROBERT HENRYSON [1425?—?] THE bludy SERK THIS ..."

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