bloody

Bloody vs Bloodthirsty - What's the difference?

bloody | bloodthirsty |


As adjectives the difference between bloody and bloodthirsty

is that bloody is covered in blood while bloodthirsty is eager to resort to violence.

As an adverb bloody

is (au|nz|british|mildly|vulgar) used to intensify what follows this adverb.

As a verb bloody

is to draw blood from one's opponent in a fight.

Bloody vs Bloodless - What's the difference?

bloody | bloodless |


As adjectives the difference between bloody and bloodless

is that bloody is covered in blood while bloodless is lacking blood; ashen, anaemic.

As an adverb bloody

is (au|nz|british|mildly|vulgar) used to intensify what follows this adverb.

As a verb bloody

is to draw blood from one's opponent in a fight.

Bloody - What does it mean?

bloody | |

Bloody vs Bloodstained - What's the difference?

bloody | bloodstained |


As adjectives the difference between bloody and bloodstained

is that bloody is covered in blood while bloodstained is stained, spotted or otherwise discolored with blood.

As an adverb bloody

is (au|nz|british|mildly|vulgar) used to intensify what follows this adverb.

As a verb bloody

is to draw blood from one's opponent in a fight.

Bloody vs Bastard - What's the difference?

bloody | bastard |


As an adjective bloody

is covered in blood.

As an adverb bloody

is (au|nz|british|mildly|vulgar) used to intensify what follows this adverb.

As a verb bloody

is to draw blood from one's opponent in a fight.

As a noun bastard is

bastard (a person born to unmarried parents; also used as an insult).

Bloody vs Sanguinary - What's the difference?

bloody | sanguinary | Related terms |

Bloody is a related term of sanguinary.


As adjectives the difference between bloody and sanguinary

is that bloody is covered in blood while sanguinary is (label) attended with bloodshed.

As an adverb bloody

is (au|nz|british|mildly|vulgar) used to intensify what follows this adverb.

As a verb bloody

is to draw blood from one's opponent in a fight.

As a noun sanguinary is

a bloodthirsty person.

Red vs Bloody - What's the difference?

red | bloody |


As a noun red

is (reverse electrodialysis).

As an adjective bloody is

covered in blood.

As an adverb bloody is

(au|nz|british|mildly|vulgar) used to intensify what follows this adverb.

As a verb bloody is

to draw blood from one's opponent in a fight.

Bugger vs Bloody - What's the difference?

bugger | bloody |


As a noun bugger

is bloke, fellow, chap.

As an adjective bloody is

covered in blood.

As an adverb bloody is

(au|nz|british|mildly|vulgar) used to intensify what follows this adverb.

As a verb bloody is

to draw blood from one's opponent in a fight.

Bloody vs Cruel - What's the difference?

bloody | cruel | Related terms |

Bloody is a related term of cruel.


As adjectives the difference between bloody and cruel

is that bloody is covered in blood while cruel is not nice; mean; heartless.

As verbs the difference between bloody and cruel

is that bloody is to draw blood from one's opponent in a fight while cruel is to spoil or ruin (one's chance of success).

As an adverb bloody

is (au|nz|british|mildly|vulgar) used to intensify what follows this adverb.

Bleed vs Bloody - What's the difference?

bleed | bloody |


As verbs the difference between bleed and bloody

is that bleed is (of an animal) to lose blood through an injured blood vessel while bloody is to draw blood from one's opponent in a fight.

As a noun bleed

is an incident of bleeding, as in haemophilia.

As an adjective bloody is

covered in blood.

As an adverb bloody is

(au|nz|british|mildly|vulgar) used to intensify what follows this adverb.

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