Synonyms of 'bloody'
extreme or extremely(slang) I just assumed they were bloody idiot tourists.
They're a damned nuisance.
flaming, , ,
What the flaming hell do you think you're doing?
It's a blooming nuisance because it frightens my dog to death.
freaking (slang, mainly US), , , ,
The ruddy thing wouldn't work.
infernal (informal), , ,
The post office is shut, which is an infernal bore.
cruel or murderousForty-three demonstrators were badly injured in bloody chaos.
They should spend a long time in jail to reflect on their cruel acts.
the persecution of prisoners by cruel officers
the teeth of some fierce animal
This was a savage and needless attack.
He was the victim of a very brutal attack.
He suffered a vicious attack by a group of gang members.
Fighting has been ferocious.
Captain Hook and his band of cut-throat pirates
It was a barbarous attack on a purely civilian train.
covered with bloodHis fingers were bloody and cracked.
a popular dish made of raw fish
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in the sense of barbarous
brutal or cruelIt was a barbarous attack on a purely civilian train.
in the sense of blooming
extreme or extremelyIt's a blooming nuisance because it frightens my dog to death.
in the sense of brutal
cruelHe was the victim of a very brutal attack.
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