'sblood

[ zbluhd ]
/ zblʌd /

interjection Obsolete.

(used as an oath.)

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Origin of 'sblood

1590–1600; euphemistic shortening of God's blood;see 's3

Words nearby 'sblood

Sb, SBA, SbE, SBIC, SBLI, 'sblood, SBN, SBS, SBU, SbW, Sc
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Example sentences from the Web for 'sblood

  • The 'sblood' of the sixteenth century must not be confounded with the 'zounds' of the seventeenth.

    Vivian Grey|Earl of Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli
  • Capt. 'Sblood, I thought you had been sunk: I have been hunting you these four hours.