How you can use the word Bloody?
There was a 'bloody' crime scene.
Bloody - meaning lots of blood !
The Brits use the word "bloody" to describe many things. Examples: That movie was bloody good. Or, that food was bloody terrible.
His nose was bloody from the attack. Why don't those bloody kids just go home. The police took a photograph of the bloody fingerprints.
It is a swear word a lot like how Americans use the "F" word.
I know a few people who constantly use the word and to me the word bloody is used like a replacement curse word so-to-speak. Its like when you get real angry at something but you don't want to use real curse words.
The word 'bloody' is not a noun; the word 'bloody' is an adjective (bloody, bloodier, bloodiest) and a verb (bloody, bloodies, blooding, bloodied).
"Bloody" refers to the blood of Christ on the cross. That is why it is unacceptable in polite conversation as a mere dismissive, like the f-word. Bloody can mean several things - here's what the Princeton online dictionary has to say: having or covered with or accompanied by blood; "a bloody nose"; "your scarf is all bloody"; "the effects will be violent and probably bloody"; "a ... extremely; "you are bloody right"; "Why are you… Read More
Bloody Hell! The bloody corpse was found lying in the doorway. The bloody swords were sent to the smithy to be cleaned after the battle.
the word bloody is only used to emphasize something, such as, "that was a bloody good fruit basket we had for lunch." Or, that new vehicle was running bloody well.
Yes, bloody is an adjective because it is an describing word; as in blue, or hairy, or bloody. *Numbers also count as adjectives.
Bloody used to be a swear word in England but has now evolved. It was said to be used by Queen Elizabeth I to refer to her sister as Bloody Mary for the Queen Mary Tudor has killed many Protestants. It was originally used to describe horrible situation that can cause a bloody sight, then switch to a commonly used "swear" word. Now it isn't much used as a swear word.
Bloody is the foreign equivalent to the F word and Bast*** is the male equivalent of Bit**
A four letter word ending in y that means bloody and gross is Gory.
no ,no it does not
i don't bloody know who bloody asks that an idiot that's bloody who or a nerd called constance joyce
In the King James version The word blood appears 447 times The word bloody appears 16 times The word bloodguiltiness appears 1 time The word bloodthirsty apears 1 time
Ben, with his bloody nose, may look like the victim here, but I think he did a lot to instigate the fist fight.
That is the fantastic English phenomena known as 'tmesis'. Tmesis is a figure of speech in which a word or phrase is inserted into another word, often for humorous effect. The insertion may occur between the parts of a compound word, or between syllable boundaries (dystmesis). It is also referred to as tumbarumba, possibly due to the popularity of tmesis in Australian speech (Tumbarumba being an Australian town), or possibly due to the poem "Tumba… Read More
There are a wide variety of different synonyms for the word bloody. Some of these synonyms include bloodstained, gory, grisly, hematic and blood-spattered.
they are bloody not
It is an adjective swear word.
Bloody Mary was the queen of England. She had a driver named bloody she wasn't paying her driver enough so one day her driver told her to go in the closet and he killed her with a knive so that's why bloody Mary has a knive and her name has the word "Bloody" in it!
No, bleeding or bloody is not considered a swear word by most people.
It's not a bad word, but some people say it's a bad word.
The word "bloody" is in the Bible 16 times. It is in 16 verses. Please see the related link below.
rojo... rouge... bloody red...
no, deffinetley not! whoever says it is, is a simplton
The remains of the corpse smelled bloody.
That really depends on what the Navajo word is. Come on, fill in the bloody blank.
everything that is bloody, but i use lady fish as bait because its very bloody and the sharks just love it.
you got to pis in your bloody pants
Uncooked, unprepared, natural, bloody, untreated
The legend of bloody mary
" Bloody Mary [ is the girl I love ] " a soldiers bawdy tribute to Mary, Queen of Scots. " Mary and The Bloody Dagger " a Polish Folk song , their version of the Romeo and Juliet story.
It is a term they made up for the TV show iCarly. It's not really a word, but on they show they use it to mean someone who does really gross things like hitting people in their privates.
They named it Cantucky The spelling of the word changed over the years but the word Cantucky actually is the Indian word meaning Dark and Bloody Ground. Algonquin Indian word although there is some dispute between "dark and bloody ground" and also an Iriquois word that sounds similar to Kentucky that means "meadowland"
if you mean bloody as in the swear word it doesn't translate and kiss is kisu but if you have just both smacked each other in the mouth and are bleeding and decide to make up with a kiss then its Chimamire no kisu
The word 'freakin' is not a swear word in itself. It's an incorrect pronunciation of 'freaking', the present participle of the verb freak (not the noun). As a verb, freak means to react or behave in a wild and irrational way, typically because of the effects of extreme emotion, mental illness, or drugs; to cause to act in such a way. As a word, how it's used is what would make it seem like a… Read More
shed the red or shedding the red.
Hematemesis: The medical term for bloody vomitus
Bloody Mary is one.
a bloody annoying word. what know seems to know about.
It is an English insult using the English swear word (Bloody) and the family name of the pig (Swine). It's like calling someone a f***ing pig.
Yes, English people still say 'bloody', and it is also common in Australia.
(an insurrection is an uprising against a government or other authority) The insurrection forced the prince to leave the country for his own safety. A bloody insurrection against the Russians occurred in Warsaw in 1830.
Some historians suspect that Bloody Mary was a misnomer coined by contemporary writers. The term tin can is not entirely a misnomer, as steel cans were often tinned rather than welded.
Say what you mean and mean what you say. Give it to them straight! This is an emphatic way of saying "Call a spade a spade," which means "Don't use any fancy language or flowery terms to try to make the situation look better than it is." "Bloody" is a mildly offensive curse word used in the UK and Australia.
With-holding tax - bloody Times Crossword!
They caused bloody Massacre. Recently we have seen massacre in France .