Friday, 24 March 2017



1. a reddish fluid in vertebrates that is pumped by the heart through the arteries and veins, supplies tissues with nutrients, oxygen, etc, and removes waste products. It consists of a fluid (see blood plasma) containing cells (erythrocytes, leucocytes, and platelets)
2. a similar fluid in such invertebrates as annelids and arthropods
3. bloodshed, especially when resulting in murder
4. the guilt or responsibility for killing or injuring
5. life itself; lifeblood
6. relationship through being of the same family, race, or kind; kinship
7. ethnic or national descent
8. temperament; disposition; temper
9. good or pure breeding; pedigree
10. people viewed as members of a group, especially as an invigorating force
11. (mainly British)(rare) . a dashing young man; dandy; rake
12. the sensual or carnal nature of man
13. (obsolete) one of the four bodily humours
-verb (trans.)
14. (hunting) . to cause (young hounds) to taste the blood of a freshly killed quarry and so become keen to hunt
15. (hunting) . to smear the cheeks or forehead of (a person) with the blood of the kill as an initiation in hunting
16. to initiate (a person) to an activity or organization, especially by real-life experience

Off-winter hour, a lonely fence
Something went wrong with
The ones who stopped and stared
There was a sound of blood and panic

The dreaded calm of mortal species.

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