[ bluhd-suhk-er ]
/ ˈblʌdˌsʌk ər /
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QUIZ YOURSELF ON “THEIR,” “THERE,” AND “THEY’RE”
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Which one of these commonly confused words can act as an adverb or a pronoun?
OTHER WORDS FROM bloodsuckerbloodsucking, adjective
Words nearby bloodsucker
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Example sentences from the Web for bloodsucker
Another user called it “ironic” that another popular Weibo search term was Pinduoduo founder Colin Huang’s net worth and added, “capitalists are bloodsuckers.”China’s consumers are turning against the homegrown Big Tech giants they once revered|Grady McGregor|January 16, 2021|Fortune
Bacteria that are potentially deadly to the bloodsuckers live on human skin.How some ticks protect themselves from deadly bacteria on human skin|Erin Garcia de Jesus|December 10, 2020|Science News
British Dictionary definitions for bloodsucker
/ (ˈblʌdˌsʌkə) /
an animal that sucks blood, esp a leech or mosquito
a person or thing that preys upon another person, esp by extorting money
Derived forms of bloodsuckerbloodsucking, adjective
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