bloodguiltiness
noun see bloodguilt

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Bloodguiltiness — Bloodguilty Blood guilt y, a. Guilty of murder or bloodshed. A bloodguilty life. Fairfax. {Blood guilt i*ness}, n. {Blood guilt less}, a. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bloodguiltiness — noun Guilt of having shed blood or killed someone. high God, in lieu of innocence, / Imprinted had that token of his wrath, / To shew how sore bloudguiltinesse he hatth [...] …   Wiktionary

  • bloodguiltiness — n. state of having committed a murder …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bloodguiltiness — noun see bloodguilt …   Useful english dictionary

  • bloodguilt — noun Date: 1533 guilt resulting from bloodshed • bloodguiltiness noun • bloodguilty adjective …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Mary Dyer — Mary Barrett Dyer Dyer being led to the gallows in Boston in 1660 Born Mary (Marie) Barrett c. 1611[1] …   Wikipedia

  • Mary Dyer — led to execution on Boston Common, 1 June 1660 (unbekannter Künstler). Mary Barrett Dyer (* um 1611 in London; † 1. Juni 1660 in Boston) war eine Quäkerin, die in Boston (Massachusetts) gehängt wurde, weil sie die Stadt wiederholt betreten hatte …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • bloodguilt — or bloodguiltiness [blud′gilt΄] n. the state or fact of being guilty of murder or bloodshed * * * blood·guilt (blŭdʹgĭlt ) n. The fact or state of being guilty of murder or bloodshed. * * * …   Universalium

  • bloodguilty — bloodguilt, bloodguiltiness, n. /blud gil tee/, adj. guilty of murder or bloodshed. [1590 1600; BLOOD(SHED) + GUILTY] * * * …   Universalium

  • Battle of Dunaverty — Coordinates: 55°18′27″N 5°38′41″W / 55.3075°N 5.64472°W / 55.3075; 5.64472 …   Wikipedia

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