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Synonyms for bloody

of or covered with blood

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attended by or causing bloodshed

so annoying or detestable as to deserve condemnation

to cover with blood

Synonyms for bloody

cover with blood

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having or covered with or accompanied by blood

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informal intensifiers

extremely

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Apart from his autobiography, one of the best recent biographies is Patrick Barclay's Football - Bloody Hell!, Sir Alex's famous, post-Champions League final line, when United scored twice in injury time to win the trophy.
Rosie, 33, founded Bloody Hell with Bobby three years ago.
Dave Morgan Bloody hell I'm confused enough as it is!
Sarah Pylp Armed robbers raid Co-op in Bulkington Bloody hell it's getting bad round there for getting hit!
"Bloody hell, Rolf Harris got longer than this perv!
And there's not a morning goes by that I don't pinch myself and say, 'Bloody hell - Elvis Costello!'."
You get managers like Harry Redknapp cajoling players - bloody hell he managed to get Kieron Dyer on to the pitch for a start, never mind scoring a goal!
An excited Emeli tweeted before the concert: "Bloody hell soundcheck was emotional gotta try and hold it together for the show!!" But she needn't have worried.
I turned to him and shrieked: "How the bloody hell do you start a flood?"
While Lara Bingle, who appeared in a bikini in Tourism Australia's controversial "Where the bloody hell are you?" advertisements in 2006, is a fashion model, Scadden has a Bachelor of Medical Science degree from Sydney University and is now studying a Bachelor of Medicine Surgery.
Bloody hell!" Javier Mascherano - the man Rafael Benitez bent over backwards to keep at Anfield, the man Liverpool offered a lucrative new contract as a show faith in his qualities and the man the Reds rescued from a living hell at West Ham, yesterday claimed he and Fernando Torres were forced to leave Anfield by the back door ...
I thought what the bloody hell have I let myself in for?
Oh, I'm only joking, Norma ( bloody hell, it'll be a sad day in this house when you snuff it ...
Guest house manager Jim, originally from Glasgow, said: "I saw this boy's lifeless body and thought, 'Bloody hell', before legging it over to see if I could help.
y So why the bloody hell did we have this whole charade?