bleeding (adj.)
bloody, blood-soaked, bloodstained
JC III.i.168[Brutus to Antony, of killing Caesar] yet see you but our hands / And this the bleeding business they have done
KJ II.i.304[French Herald to the people of Angiers, of English mothers] Whose sons lie scattered on the bleeding ground
Mac V.ii.4[Menteth to all, of the English army] their dear causes / Would to the bleeding and the grim alarm / Excite the mortified man

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