Some children, however, are liable to attacks of nose-bleed coming on without any assignable causes.
Old Uncle Peter, down here a piece, has cured many a case of nose-bleed but he hain't 'peared to help mine.
Guerrillas's like the nose-bleed—likely to come on you at any time.
The Germans used songs or incantations for the cure of burns, nose-bleed and toothache.
For nose-bleed, place a wad of paper between the upper lip and the gum.
He looked from Shorty, who was trying to stop his nose-bleed, to the broken glasses on the floor.
Besides, it had medicinal virtues; it was good for nose-bleed ever since it staunched the royal nose of King James, the Second.
Out jumped the doctor, out of his valise he took the bottle of nose-bleed medicine.
Already there were two bad cases of black eye, and one of nose-bleed, in the hospital.
But now it was spotted with fresh blood, as though someone had tried to stop a nose-bleed.
nosebleed nose·bleed (nōz'blēd')
A nasal hemorrhage; bleeding from the nose.
Putative nasal bleeding caused by high altitudes: $50. This is the dreaded 400 section of Madison Square Garden. Short of flying on the Concorde, a seat here offers one of the most glamorous nosebleeds available anywhere (mid-1980s+ Sports)