Definition of 'bloodbath'
Example sentences containing 'bloodbath'
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As long as they remain on sale, another bloodbath is just one act of lunacy away. The Sun (2013)Consumers will be delighted, but the reductions could trigger a high street bloodbath as stores try to compete. The Sun (2009)A police spokesman said: 'It was a bloodbath. The Sun (2007)
Definition of bloodbath from the Collins English Dictionary
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