Definition of Bloody shame
1. Noun. A Bloody Mary made without alcohol.
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Literary usage of Bloody shame
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"1973 What a bloody shame that when something went wrong, it had to happen this way —Norman Thompson, quoted in The Sunday Times (London), ..."
2. The Gaelic Etymology of the Languages of Western Europe and More Especially by Charles Mackay (1877)
"Such phrases as a " bloody fool," a " bloody impostor," a " bloody shame," and scores if not hundreds of others, which are too current among the uneducated ..."
3. A Glossary of Words Used in the Wapentakes of Manley and Corringham by Edward Peacock (1877)
"He comes of a bloody stock ; that 's why he 's good to poor folks." (2) A strong term of resentment. ' It 's a bloody shame to send a poor man to prison for ..."
4. Five Anonymous Plays, (fourth Series): Comprising Appius and Virginia, The by John Stephen Farmer (1908)
"Revenge, you gods, this Rumour craves, This blood and bloody shame. Have through the air ! give place, you airs ! Thus is my duty done. ..."
5. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine (1904)
"The boat was cast adrift, though one of them called it a "bloody shame," with Yokohama so near. I found myself strangely afraid of this woman I was ..."
6. A Select Collection of Old English Plays by Robert Dodsley, William Carew Hazlitt (1874)
"This blood and bloody shame. Have through the air ! give place, you airs, Lo, Rumour, this I run. VIRGINIUS. 0 man, 0 mould, 0 muck, 0 clay! ..."