serum (def 1).
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blood plasma from which the clotting factors have been removed
Blood plasma from which the protein fibrinogen, which causes clotting of the blood, has been removed.
destruction of life, as in war or murder; slaughter. the shedding of blood by injury, wound, etc. Contemporary Examples Egypt on the Brink Sophia Jones July 24, 2013 Back to Afghanistan Magsie Hamilton-Little October 5, 2011 The Office Raptor, Morgan Freeman Defines ‘Twerking,’ & More Viral Videos The Daily Beast Video August 30, 2013 Blood, […]
(of the eyes) red because of dilated blood vessels. Contemporary Examples Laws Gone Wild: As Teen Sweethearts Go to Prison for Sex, Mothers Rebel Abigail Pesta January 24, 2012 Historical Examples The Rich Little Poor Boy Eleanor Gates The Black Bag Louis Joseph Vance Castle Richmond Anthony Trollope The Scapegoat Hall Caine The Mesmerist’s Victim […]
See under spavin (def 1). a disease of the hock joint of horses in which enlargement occurs because of collected fluids (bog spavin) bony growth (bone spavin) or distention of the veins (blood spavin) an excrescence or enlargement so formed. noun (vet science) enlargement of the hock of a horse by a bony growth (bony […]
any sport involving killing or the shedding of blood, as bullfighting, cockfighting, or hunting. noun any sport involving the killing of an animal, esp hunting