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blood-spattered

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Definition of blood-spattered in English:

adjective

Covered with drops or spots of blood: his body was found in a blood-spattered bathroom
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  • Blood-spattered and shaken, he was taken to hospital, where he remained in intensive care for three days.
  • Based on the meticulously researched, resoundingly entertaining series of novels by Bernard Cornwell, Sharpe's Rifles is one of many episodes that tell the tale of Richard Sharpe, a blood-spattered, old-fashioned hero.
  • They were alerted to the smash after the plane's blood-spattered co-pilot Bill Howarth staggered to the station.

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