bloodless

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle English blodles, from Old English blōdlēas (bloodless), equivalent to blood +‎ -less. Cognate with Dutch bloedeloos (bloodless), German blutlos (bloodless), Danish blodløs (bloodless), Swedish blodlös (bloodless), Icelandic blóðlaus (bloodless).

Adjective[edit]

bloodless (comparative more bloodless, superlative most bloodless)

  1. Lacking blood; ashen, anaemic.
  2. Taking place without loss of blood.
  3. Lacking emotion, passion or vivacity.

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