sanguinary

Sacrificee vs Sanguinary - What's the difference?

sacrificee | sanguinary |


As an adjective sanguinary is

(label) attended with bloodshed.

As a noun sanguinary is

a bloodthirsty person.

Yarrow vs Sanguinary - What's the difference?

yarrow | sanguinary |


As nouns the difference between yarrow and sanguinary

is that yarrow is any of several pungent eurasian and north american herbs, of the genus achillea , used in traditional herbal medicine or yarrow can be (uk) the green woodpecker, picus viridis while sanguinary is a bloodthirsty person.

As a adjective sanguinary is

(label) attended with bloodshed.

Sanguineous vs Sanguinary - What's the difference?

sanguineous | sanguinary | Related terms |

Sanguineous is a related term of sanguinary.


As adjectives the difference between sanguineous and sanguinary

is that sanguineous is accompanied by bloodshed; bloody while sanguinary is (label) attended with bloodshed.

As a noun sanguinary is

a bloodthirsty person.

Butcherous vs Sanguinary - What's the difference?

butcherous | sanguinary | Synonyms |

Butcherous is a synonym of sanguinary.


As adjectives the difference between butcherous and sanguinary

is that butcherous is involving butchery, or violent bloodshed while sanguinary is (label) attended with bloodshed.

As a noun sanguinary is

a bloodthirsty person.

Slaughterous vs Sanguinary - What's the difference?

slaughterous | sanguinary | Synonyms |

Slaughterous is a synonym of sanguinary.


As adjectives the difference between slaughterous and sanguinary

is that slaughterous is prone to slaughtering while sanguinary is (label) attended with bloodshed.

As a noun sanguinary is

a bloodthirsty person.

Gory vs Sanguinary - What's the difference?

gory | sanguinary | Synonyms |

Gory is a synonym of sanguinary.


As adjectives the difference between gory and sanguinary

is that gory is covered with blood, very bloody while sanguinary is (label) attended with bloodshed.

As a noun sanguinary is

a bloodthirsty person.

Bloodthirsty vs Sanguinary - What's the difference?

bloodthirsty | sanguinary |


As adjectives the difference between bloodthirsty and sanguinary

is that bloodthirsty is eager to resort to violence while sanguinary is (label) attended with bloodshed.

As a noun sanguinary is

a bloodthirsty person.

Bloodshed vs Sanguinary - What's the difference?

bloodshed | sanguinary |


As nouns the difference between bloodshed and sanguinary

is that bloodshed is the shedding or spilling of blood while sanguinary is a bloodthirsty person.

As a adjective sanguinary is

(label) attended with bloodshed.

Sanguinary vs Sanguine - What's the difference?

sanguinary | sanguine |

Sanguine is a related term of sanguinary.

Sanguinary is a related term of sanguine.


As adjectives the difference between sanguinary and sanguine

is that sanguinary is attended with bloodshed while sanguine is having the colour of blood; red.

As nouns the difference between sanguinary and sanguine

is that sanguinary is a bloodthirsty person while sanguine is blood colour; red.

As a verb sanguine is

to stain with blood; to impart the colour of blood to; to ensanguine.

Sanguinary vs Rare - What's the difference?

sanguinary | rare | Synonyms |

Sanguinary is a synonym of rare.


As adjectives the difference between sanguinary and rare

is that sanguinary is attended with bloodshed while rare is (cooking|particularly meats) cooked very lightly, so the meat is still red (in the case of steak or beef in the general sense) or rare can be very uncommon; scarce.

As a noun sanguinary

is a bloodthirsty person.

As a verb rare is

(us|intransitive) to rear, rise up, start backwards.

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