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Synonyms for blood

Synonyms for blood

the fluid circulated by the heart through the vascular system


the crime of murdering someone

one's ancestors or their character or one's ancestral derivation

noble rank or status by birth

Synonyms for blood

temperament or disposition

a dissolute man in fashionable society

people viewed as members of a group

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smear with blood, as in a hunting initiation rite, where the face of a person is smeared with the blood of the kill

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Unlike the R&R program, the ETS program did not have a critical reasoning module and perspective taking was taught as a separate module (Blud & Travers, 2001).
As Golding puts it in his translation of book 2 of the Metamorphoses: The AEthiopians at that time (as men for truth upholde) (By reason that their blud was drawne foorth to the outer part And there bescorched) did becomme ay after blacke and swart.
There will also be a Young Blud stage, featuring young talents such as Huddersfield's Suga Brown Urban Dance and Drama school, Elements of Surprise and the Practical Hedz.
Now that ye be assemblld heer All ye my ffreynds at my request Specyally you my ffather dere That off my blud ar the nerest Thys vnto you ys my request That ye woll pacyently hyre By thys my last words exprest My testement yntyer.
My maistir Allane grew so stark, My master Allane grew so strong, Quhill he maid mony cunning clerk; While he created many cunning clerk Upoun yair faisis he settis his Upon thair faces he setts his mark, mark, A blud reid nois besyd ye e;-- A blood red nose beside the eyes;-- Quhy sowld not Allane honorit be?
tha's too much cream color in the face and too little blud seen under the skin fer a genooine white 'ooman'" (29).
Due to the poem's unswerving practice of poetic retribution, Glendower's gluttonous conquests are inevitably answered by his starvation in the hills of Wales, when hunger "made me eat both gravell, durt and mud, / And last of all, my dung, my fleshe, and blud" (230-31).
I would suggest, therefore, that the key essay in Bog detale| is "Blud truda," based upon a line from the 1931 Mandelstam poem "Midnight in Moscow..." which refers to the "lechery of labor." In Russian these two words rhyme (blud/trud); Epshtein uses that correspondence to discuss the unseemly "feverish passion" with which labor was organized and conducted in the USSR.
conceyved hatred' and `moaste tyranicall blud spillyng' is startling; one might expect such a view from a Spaniard, but not from an English companion of Drake in the initial stage of the voyage.
We want to hear Bridie Monds-Watson performing 'Sea Creatures' and 'Blud' and 'B a NOBODY' and the stuff that made her 2015 debut album such a wow.
Based in Porter's it hasn't been afraid of staging gritty dramas and the first two seasons have included Sarah Kane's Blasted - which shook audiences and appalled critics in equal measure when it premiered at London's Royal Court; Blud by Wales Drama Award writer Kelly Jones; and the alternative Christmas show Alix in Wundergarten.
HUB 2015 will see theatrical performances from the likes of Dirty Protest and OTHERMOTHER who'll be bringing the flavour of their female footie hooligan opus Blud to the street so beware the stiletto heeled ball jugglers.
IT'S easy to scoff, sniff and dismiss BBC Three with its yoof programin' innit blud and its ill-advisedly blunt programme titles.
The half ended for City in fitting style - with an Aleksandar Kolarov free-kick bludgeoned into the for City in fitti an Aleksand free-kick blud the second tier of seating high up behind Vorm's goal that brought howls of derision from home fans.