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bloodstock

[ bluhd-stok ]

noun

  1. racehorses of Thoroughbred breeding, taken as a whole.


bloodstock

/ ˈblʌdˌstɒk /

noun

  1. thoroughbred horses, esp those bred for racing


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Word History and Origins

Origin of bloodstock1

First recorded in 1820–30; blood + stock

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Example Sentences

The Queen's bloodstock adviser indicated in a statement that this is the suspected source of the morphine.

Facing towards Bloodstock, the car presented her off side to us.

Help me to get her in here, and then we'll push off to Bloodstock together.

We were less than three miles from Bloodstock when the off hind tire burst.

Reason dictates that I should foot-slog it to Bloodstock and try and get the police moving; but I can't leave you here.

Only on the public racecourse can the lofty virtues of our British Bloodstock be displayed.

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