Definition of 'bad blood'
Example sentences containing 'bad blood'
Too much bad blood has been spilled.The Sun (2008)
There was a feeling that bad blood would out.Times, Sunday Times (2015) Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The fact is these back-to-back Ashes battles have meant the bad blood between the two sides has had practically no time to simmer down.The Sun (2013)
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