OTHER WORDS FROM bloodthirstyblood·thirst·i·ly, adverbblood·thirst·i·ness, noun
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The mosquito population doesn’t shrink or grow less bloodthirsty, so this approach might not appeal to Floridians anyway.The U.S.’s first open-air genetically modified mosquitoes have taken flight|Susan Milius|May 14, 2021|Science News
Human beings, it seems, are a peculiarly bloodthirsty species.Timeless meditations on Earth’s fragility, and the damage humans do|Balaji Ravichandran|May 14, 2021|Washington Post
We are never going to give up our love for democracy, nor its vitality, nor are we going to let this country be dominated by the insurrectionists who came to this place to do nothing but act in a bloodthirsty manner.Ocasio-Cortez, other Democrats recount on House floor what they experienced during Capitol siege|Amy B Wang, Colby Itkowitz|February 5, 2021|Washington Post
Bloodthirsty calls for revenge have filled Facebook and Twitter.Two Days After School Attack, Pakistan Court Lets Terrorists Walk Free|Chris Allbritton|December 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
All those bloodthirsty tweets and arcane exhortations and now we find out you were an advertising executive—an ad exec!
The Habsburg army, however, Watson contends, were exceptionally bloodthirsty.
His bloodthirsty fighters might be Baghdad's best hope of stopping the Islamic State.
“ISIS is pure barbarism, it is bloodthirsty,” Marchouch told The Daily Beast in an interview.
Maximian, a Pannonian peasant, betrayed the savageness of his nature by his bloodthirsty cruelty.The Catacombs of Rome|William Henry Withrow
It was some little time before Clarence Tinling gave any opinion upon this bloodthirsty document.The Talking Horse|F. Anstey
I always thought,” the latter said, “that pumas were such bloodthirsty animals.The Devil-Tree of El Dorado|Frank Aubrey
Sheppy has a standing feud with a neighbour's dog that is amusing rather than bloodthirsty.The Red Cow and Her Friends|Peter McArthur
In Scotland the hag of the south-west wind is similarly a bloodthirsty and fearsome demon.Myths of Babylonia and Assyria|Donald A. Mackenzie