a working or issuing of blood as from nose or an injury a hemorrhage the procedure of permitting bloodstream like in surgery a design or working of sap from a tree or plant
- Emitting or showing up to produce bloodstream or sap etc additionally expressing anguish or compassion
- the blood circulation from a ruptured blood-vessel
- of Bleed
- Emitting, or showing up to emit, bloodstream or sap, etc.; in addition, revealing anguish or compassion.
- A running or issuing of bloodstream, as from the nose or a injury; a hemorrhage; the operation of permitting bloodstream, such as surgery; a attracting or operating of sap from a tree or plant.
belated 14c., "a flowing out-of bloodstream;" mid-15c. as "a drawing from blood;" verbal noun created after previously present participle adjective (early 13c.) of bleed. Figurative use is from 1796. As a euphemism for bloody, from 1858. In U.S. history, Bleeding Kansas, in mention of the slavery disputes in that area 1854-60, is attested from 1856, said to have already been first used by the brand new York "Tribune."
(p. pr. & vb. n.) of Bleed
- (a.) Emitting, or showing up to produce, blood or sap, etc.; in addition, revealing anguish or compassion.
- (n.) A running or issuing of bloodstream, as through the nose or a wound; a hemorrhage; the procedure of letting bloodstream, as in surgery; a drawing or working of sap from a tree or plant.
She sagged against the wall and gripped her bleeding neck.