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verb (bloodies, bloodying, bloodied)
  1. To draw blood from one's opponent in a fight.
  2. To demonstrably harm the cause of an opponent.
adjective (bloodier, bloodiest)
  1. Covered in blood.
All that remained of his right hand after the accident was a stump.
  1. Characterised by great bloodshed.
There have been battles between the two tribes.
  1. (context, UK, AU, mildly, vulgar, not comparable) Used to intensify what follows this adjective.
1994: w:Robert Jordan, Robert Jordan, Lord of Chaos, 519 - Try to keep those women's heads on their shoulders by somehow helping them make this whole mad impossible scheme actually work
adverb 
  1. (context, UK, mildly, vulgar) Used to intensify what follows this adverb.
1994: w:Robert Jordan, Robert Jordan, w:Lord of Chaos, Lord of Chaos, 109 - "Dice are no good," David said.
Etymology: blood + -y


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