adjective[attributive] British informal
Used for emphasis, or to express annoyance: the watch was a bleeding copy [as submodifier]: she looks so bleeding bored all day
More example sentences
- Six bloody hundred and twenty-bleeding-eight people sunning themselves in Athens at our expense!
- Then, with a small smile she said, ‘I don't give a bleeding damn, my dear sir.’
- Why must we folk who live in mild old Britain have to put up with competing in every major bloody city during a bleeding heatwave anyway?
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