Definition of Blood-twig

1. Noun. European deciduous shrub turning red in autumn having dull white flowers.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blood-twig

blood-boltered
blood-borne pathogens
blood-brain barrier
blood-cerebrospinal fluid barrier
blood-filled
blood-red
blood-related
blood-retinal barrier
blood-stained
blood-sucker
blood-suckers
blood-tax
blood-thinner
blood-twig (current term)
blood-type
blood-vascular system
blood-wit
blood-wite
blood agar
blood albumin
blood and guts
blood and tommy
blood bactericidal activity
blood bank
blood banks
blood bath
blood baths
blood berry

Literary usage of Blood-twig

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1. The Isle of Bute in the Olden Time: With Illustrations Maps, and Plans by James King Hewison (1893)
"... solemn oaths were sworn; and there, too, was the blood-bowl (hlaut-bolli) in which the blood of the slaughtered victims was caught, and the blood-twig ..."

2. Conversion of the West: The English by George Frederick Maclear (1893)
"... t!. t victims were slaughtered, the blood was caught in the blood-bowl, and sprinkled with the blood-twig on the altar, the images, and the people. ..."

3. Jelf's: A Comedy in Four Acts by Horace Annesley Vachell (1912)
"She may want to borrow a bit—and if she tastes blood— twig? DICK. [Drily.] I twig. ARCHIE. Can I get out that way ? DICK. Go through the door on the right ..."

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