Definition of Bloodings

1. blooding [n] - See also: blooding



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bloodings

bloodguilty
bloodhead
bloodheads
bloodhound
bloodhounds
bloodied
bloodied nose
bloodied noses
bloodier
bloodies
bloodiest
bloodily
bloodiness
bloodinesses
blooding
bloodings (current term)
bloodleaf
bloodleafs
bloodleaves
bloodless
bloodless amputation
bloodless decerebration
bloodless operation
bloodless phlebotomy
bloodlessly
bloodlessness
bloodlessnesses
bloodlet
bloodletter
bloodletters

Literary usage of Bloodings

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1. Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform by Sir William Hamilton (1861)
"Seven or eight annual bloodings, and as many purgations—such was the common regimen the theory prescribed to insure continuance of health ; and the twofold ..."

2. Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform by William Hamilton, Robert Turnbull (1853)
"Seven or eight annual bloodings, and as many purgations—such was the common regimen the theory prescribed to insure continuance of health; and the twofold ..."

3. Publications by English Dialect Society (1882)
"Sickness is said to bleach a person, to bring him low ; I suppose because it is apt to make people look pale and white. bloodings, s. pi. black puddings. ..."

4. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1886)
"... Comenius supplies them with Latin for, (and, of course, illustrations of,) four kinds of “puddings,” viz., chitterlings (fal,i.sci), bloodings ..."

5. Archaeologia Cantiana by Kent Archaeological Society (1874)
"bloodings, sb. pl. black puddings. ELY, sb. look. " He has the bly of him;" ie he is like him at first sight, he has something of his air and look; ..."

6. An Answer in Defense of the Truth Against the Apology of Private Mass by Thomas Cooper, William Goode (1850)
"Will ye inhibit the folks to eat bloodings, or pigeons, or capons, such as are killed by stifling? ..."

7. Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform by William Hamilton (1852)
"Seven or eight annual bloodings, and as many purgations—such was the common regimen the theory prescribed to ensure continuance of health; and the twofold ..."

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