alt. An eagerness for bloodshed n. An eagerness for bloodshed
Bloodthirst is the seventh studio album by American death metal band Cannibal Corpse. It was released in 1999 through Metal Blade Records.
Bloodthirst is a Star Trek: The Original Series novel written by J.M. Dillard, published by Pocket Books. The novel's story focuses on a manmade virus which causes its victims to suffer many of the characteristics of vampires, including light sensitivity and a thirst for blood.
Usage examples of "bloodthirst".
Nor shall this man be blamed if he becomes what you make him,--a murderous and murdering animal, with all the gentle love and pity burnt up within his veins,--and with one thought uppermost only, that of overthrowing and destroying those who would overthrow and destroy him,--which thought may in due time be kindled to fiercer bloodthirst and more hideous hunger for vengeance.
He felt their bloodthirst, their brazen valor, their gaudy magnificence.
They were willing and anxious, these prima donnas, now full of song and bloodthirst, but they were still bacchantes and voluptuaries, still coi-hungry women to whom coi was forbidden.
All others died, their lifeblood going to soak the ground and help to appease the insatiable bloodthirst of the Mother of All.
The moon was weak and small, but honest enough to bring up every curl of lust and bloodthirst on those precisely cut features.
It's the same for the others who have survived with me, and who share this hot and verdant little corner of the universethe southeastern tip of the North American continent, the glistering metropolis of Miami, a happy hunting ground for bloodthirsting immortals if ever there was such a place.
It's the same for the others who have survived with me, and who share this hot and verdant little corner of the universe-the southeastern tip of the North American continent, the glistering metropolis of Miami, a happy hunting ground for bloodthirsting immortals if ever there was such a place.