blooded

Part of speech: adjective

Of pure blood or breed; as, a blooded horse ( better blood - horse).

Part of speech: adjective

Having blood of a certain kind; metaphorically, of a certain temperament or character; as, cold blooded.

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Usage examples "blooded":

  1. It was maddeningly cold- blooded; but it was the mask that spoke. - "The Bars of Iron", Ethel May Dell.
  2. Outwardly calm- yes: that at least was due to the memory of his blue- blooded father. - "Men, Women and Guns", H. C. (Herman Cyril) McNeile.
  3. But what about the cold- blooded other people, who don't know what you've told me? - "The Fortunate Youth", William J. Locke.