- a despicable person.
- a person, especially a man; fellow.
Origin of bleeder
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"A quitter will quit and a bleeder will bleed," said the Kid sententiously.Old Man Curry
Charles E. (Charles Emmett) Van Loan
For instance, Miss A., herself not a bleeder, comes from a bleeder-family.Woman
William J. Robinson
The diagnosis of bleeder's knee is to be made from the history.
A poet with revolutionary leanings, all heart, a bleeder and a believer.The Mighty Dead
William Campbell Gault
A voice from a far corner called out, "Oui, the bleeder is in the end dugout, old cock!"Into the Jaws of Death
1756, "one who lets blood," agent noun from bleed (v.). As "one with hemophilia," from 1803.