Definition of bloodstain in English:

bloodstain

Syllabification: blood·stain
Pronunciation: /ˈblədˌstān
 
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noun

A stain or a spot caused by blood.
More example sentences
  • The floor of one classroom is marked with bloodstains.
  • We haven't found any evidence, any scorch marks or bloodstains inside the buildings, or anything like that.
  • She smiles when she spots a bloodstain where the doorstop was hidden.

Derivatives

bloodstained

adjective
More example sentences
  • His face was covered in cuts, and his clothing was also bloodstained and torn.
  • Whoever carried out this attack would have left the scene with bloodstained clothing and we appeal to people's better nature to come forward.
  • The scene of bodies covered in bloodstained blankets, with debris and chunks of bodies scattered across the road, revolted bystanders.

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