Adjective : to capture a bloodthirsty criminal. ,the bloodthirsty urgings of the fight fans. From Dictionary.com.
Randy wished bloodthirstily that Dalton had been in the car. From Wordnik.com. [The Trumpeter Swan] Reference
"I'd liked to put a rock in every one of them," he declared bloodthirstily. From Wordnik.com. [Chicken Little Jane] Reference
Egg two evidently demolished, he nodded and winked, adding bloodthirstily: —. From Wordnik.com. [Ulysses] Reference
He sat on the back of an armchair staring bloodthirstily at W.C. Fields, my crotchety-looking silk parrot, who hung on a perch by the window. From Wordnik.com. [Till the Butchers Cut Him Down]
From a bloodthirstily interesting little Montana book. From Wordnik.com. [Roughing It] Reference
"Else we'll give you some," said Miss Williams bloodthirstily. From Wordnik.com. [More Cargoes 1897] Reference
Egg two evidently demolished, he nodded and winked, adding bloodthirstily. From Wordnik.com. [Ulysses] Reference
Neither bloodthirstily experimental, nor blandly mainstream, Kieran Hebden is a musician who has for over a decade kept a foot comfortably in either camp. From Wordnik.com. [Music news, reviews, comment and features | guardian.co.uk] Reference
At this point came a momentary lull, the chieftain's eyes rolling bloodthirstily, but the rhapsody having apparently become congested within his fiery heart. From Wordnik.com. [Count Bunker: being a bald yet veracious chronicle containing some further particulars of two gentlemen whose previous careers were touched upon in a tome entitled the Lunatic at Large] Reference
The mammoth with its young had swung clumsily across the area of rich feed, and, lurking in its train, eyeing hungrily and bloodthirstily the mammoth's calf, had crept the great cave tiger. From Wordnik.com. [The Story of Ab A Tale of the Time of the Cave Man] Reference
Wrenn had bloodthirstily disapproved Horatio Hood's effeminate remarks, such as "Tee hee!" and "Oh, you naughty man," but when he heard that this molly-coddle had shared in the glory of making moving pictures he went proudly forth with him and Tom. From Wordnik.com. [Our Mr. Wrenn: The Romantic Adventures of a Gentle Man] Reference
As the kidnapper prepared himself to fall, with all his joints and muscles relaxed, the boy, Owen Daw, lying bloodthirstily along the limb of the old tulip-tree, aimed his musket, according to Van Dorn's instructions, at the forms contending there, and greedily pulled the trigger. From Wordnik.com. [The Entailed Hat Or, Patty Cannon's Times] Reference
Mr. Wrenn had bloodthirstily disapproved Horatio Hood’s effeminate remarks, such as “Tee hee! “and. From Wordnik.com. [Our Mr. Wrenn] Reference
The yellow-green eyes gleam bloodthirstily. From Wordnik.com. [The Eternal Savage] Reference
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