- bloodstock industry,
Origin of bloodstained
Examples from the Web for bloodstained
His bandaged leg rests, slightly elevated, on a bloodstained cushion borrowed from a couch.
The Governor, on the other hand, had led us to believe he wanted to put his bloodstained past behind him.The Walking Dead's Explosive Midseason Finale Pitted Rick vs. The Governor|Melissa Leon|December 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They also found a bloodstained length of lead pipe wrapped in surgical plaster.Lord Lucan May Be Alive and in Africa, Says Brother|Tom Sykes|February 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Our Jackie is embodied forever in that bloodstained pink suit.
Davidson saw the bloodstained seat of her car and the skid marks where her car had gone off the road.
Then she knelt on the bloodstained ground, and besought them with tears to lay down their swords.Stories from the Faerie Queen|Edmund Spenser
Spendius squatted down at the edge of the fountain and washed his bloodstained hands.Salammbo|Gustave Flaubert
We looked up to them with love and reverence, admiring their dust-covered caps and bloodstained gaiters.Human Bullets|Tadayoshi Sakurai
Free and glorious the soul of King Edmund rose from his bloodstained body into the sunlight of heaven.Stories of the Saints by Candle-Light|Vera C. Barclay
Of course, Mwanga was a coward as well as a cruel and bloodstained despot.Stanley in Africa|James P. Boyd