Incruental is a related term of incruent.
As adjectives the difference between incruental and incruent
is that incruental
is (obsolete) bloodless; characterized by no blood loss or very little bleeding while incruent
is (rare) bloodless.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
(obsolete) Bloodless; characterized by no blood loss or very little bleeding.
(obsolete) Characterized by very little or no bloodshed.
- The herbal treatment served as an incruental alternative to surgery.
(obsolete) Characteristic of a small, living sacrifice.
- The battle was surprisingly incruental .
- How incruental an act for him, to simply drop a quarter in the poor woman's cup each morning.
* (bloodless) unbloody
* 1979 , Cormac McCarthy, Suttree , Random House, p.9:
- A pale incruent wound.