Who has not felt their whole blood run backward at sight of one of these folded fate-bearers?
She had lost almost the whole blood of her body, and it was difficult to detect in her any symptoms of life.
So livid was his face, that one might have thought that his whole blood had turned to gall.
Then the sisters of the whole blood all together, Bridget and Alice Stiles, or their issue.
The whole blood pressure picture is at first elevated (Fig. 54).
He was saturated through and through with love of her—his whole blood was on fire as with some deadly poison.
On coming up, they found the buffalo quite dead, and his whole blood sucked out.
But I should not be your own brother, my good sir; only your half brother; of the half, and not of the whole blood.
I know not why, but I put out my hand to clutch it; I grasped nothing but empty air, and my whole blood curdled to ice.
And while a glow of fever warmed my whole blood, I buckled on my sabre, and taking my shako, prepared to issue forth.
whole blood n.
Blood from which no constituent such as plasma or platelets has been removed.