There are 2 definitions of Bloody Mary in English:

Bloody Mary1

Syllabification: Blood·y Mar·y
The nickname of Mary I of England (see Mary2).

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Pronunciation: ˌintərˈnesēn
adjective
destructive to both sides in a conflict

There are 2 definitions of Bloody Mary in English:

Bloody Mary2

Syllabification: Blood·y Mar·y

noun

A drink consisting of vodka and seasoned tomato juice.
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  • Anyway, so I had three bottles of beer and a Bloody Mary with an extra vodka shot because Sean was contrite for having mistakenly made me a Virgin Mary.
  • One day I'm going to ask for a Bloody Mary minus the tomato juice and I'll just add brine to my vodka.
  • Avail yourself of some snacks and a plausibly businessman-friendly drink like a Bloody Mary.

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