guilty of murder or bloodshed.
the normal temperature of human blood, being about 98.6°F (37°C). Historical Examples Roughing it in the Bush Susanna Moodie The American Flower Garden Directory Thomas Hibbert A Double Barrelled Detective Story Mark Twain The Strength of the Pines Edison Marshall Hints on cheese-making Thomas Day Curtis The Great God Success John Graham (David Graham Phillips) […]
one of a breed of medium- to large-sized dogs, usually having a black-and-tan coat, very long ears, loose skin, and an acute sense of smell: used chiefly for following human scents. a person who is a steadfast pursuer. Historical Examples Thirty Howard Vincent O’Brien ‘Me-Smith’ Caroline Lockhart Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 150, June […]
blood is thicker than water Family ties are closer than other relationships. For example, Nancy will drop everything to help her sister; blood is thicker than water. Alluding to the fact that water evaporates without leaving a mark whereas blood leaves a stain, this proverb was first recorded about 1412.