Definition of 'bloodshot'
Example sentences containing 'bloodshot'
COUP D'ETAT (2001)
He looked at her with his green eyes now bloodshot, breathing rather too fast through his open mouth.EVERVILLE (2001) LOST SUMMER (2001)
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