Definition of red-blooded in English:

red-blooded

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adjective

(Of a man) vigorous or virile, especially in having strong heterosexual appetites: he was attracted to her, as any red-blooded male would be
More example sentences
  • What red-blooded guy wouldn't want to trade places with him?
  • When you think about it how could a straight, red-blooded man possibly resist the easy pickings of a good wedding reception?
  • It seems that these sentiments aren't echoed by all of Australia's red-blooded men.
Synonyms
strong, strapping, rugged, robust, powerful, vigorous
informal hunky

Derivatives

red-bloodedness

noun
More example sentences
  • Despite its reputation for red-bloodedness it is the more obedient car.
  • Vehemence is present in our anti-Americanism but little red-bloodedness.

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