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)Yes, hundreds of thousands died in the war itself and in the sectarian bloodbath that followed. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Many of the 12,000 workforce fled to avoid the sectarian bloodbath. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Consumers will be delighted, but the reductions could trigger a high street bloodbath as stores try to compete. The Sun (2009)Engagement with it can only help the West and western values in a region on the verge of a sectarian bloodbath. Times, Sunday Times (2013)A police spokesman said: 'It was a bloodbath. The Sun (2007)
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