bleed

Part of speech: verb

To lose or cause to lose blood, sap, or other fluid; shed; exude; grieve; sympathize; suffer or die, as in battle.

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Usage examples "bleed":

  1. One or other of these will I achieve, or bleed the best blood of my body." - "The Blue Flower, and Others", Henry van Dyke.
  2. " Then, if you saw me wretched, and degraded in my own eyes, your heart would bleed for your poor niece- too late. - "Love Me Little, Love Me Long", Charles Reade Edition: 10 Language: English.
  3. Ambitious heart, heart of stone, suffer and bleed, my cousin. - "Flemish Legends", Charles de Coster.