bleed

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  • He was bled and put into his bed, which he never left again. Cited from Newton Forster, by Captain Frederick Marryat
  • He asked whether it was possible that it could open again and bleed.
  • Bleeding must be taken care of as soon as possible to prevent too much blood loss.
  • And so the great bird bled till that he died among his birds. Cited from Chronicle and Romance (The Harvard Classics Series), by Various
  • She had even cast away love, and her heart still bled at the memory. Cited from Greatheart, by Ethel M. Dell
  • If it had been, you would have bled to death in five minutes. Cited from In the Irish Brigade, by G. A. Henty
  • Yet, she continued to hold me and talk to me as she bled to death.
  • I was however bled so frequently and so largely that my strength was quite reduced. Cited from Lives of the Three Mrs. Judsons, by Arabella W. Stuart
  • Her attempt was discovered before she bled out, and her life was saved.
  • Those who did not die in the attack were left to bleed to death.
  • How her heart bled for him in his sorrow over his wrong-doing! Cited from The Dreamer, by Mary Newton Stanard
  • He was seen to be bleeding quite heavily and subsequently abandoned the match.
  • To be sure, no one bled black and gold like Prince did before or since.
  • The doctor came and bled him at the arm, and sent him to bed. Cited from Alec Forbes of Howglen, by George MacDonald
  • They beat him and leave him bleeding and half-conscious on the street.
  • Had I not turned back you would have bled to death in a few minutes. Cited from The Loyalists, Vol. 1-3, by Jane West
  • How would his heart have bled had he lived to witness the scenes they did! Cited from Great African Travellers, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • After that I carried her, for the cut in her foot opened and bled. Cited from The Trail Book, by Mary Austin
  • It bled, though it did not do so before when touched by others. Cited from The Mysteries of All Nations, by James Grant
  • She becomes too afraid to, thinking she would only bleed to death on the way.
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Meaning of bleed

  • verb Draw blood
    In the old days, doctors routinely bled patients as part of the treatment
  • verb Get or extort (money or other possessions) from someone
    They bled me dry--I have nothing left!
  • verb Drain of liquid or steam
    bleed the radiators, the mechanic bled the engine