bleed to death

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bleed to death

To die due to losing excessive amounts of blood. If we don't get this patient into surgery right away, he is going to bleed to death from internal injuries.
See also: bleed, death

bleed to death

to die from the loss of blood. If something isn't done, he will bleed to death. I cut my finger. I hope I don't bleed to death.
See also: bleed, death
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His head was burning, he felt himself bleeding to death, and he saw above him the remote, lofty, and everlasting sky.
A person in the service of the ambulance appeared, announcing that a bandage had slipped, and that one of the wounded men was to all appearance bleeding to death.
He was a good fighter, whole-souled and stubborn, and he would have been content to continue feeding the machine for years; but he was bleeding to death, and not years but weeks would determine the fight.
Thus, a wounded prince or bandit chief, who is bleeding to death and too faint to move, except to the softest music
He left a chilling voicemail for a business colleague but it wasn't enough to save him from bleeding to death
LIFESAVERS performed a roadside miracle on a man bleeding to death from his groin, a doctor said.
The IOF left both Palestinians bleeding to death while helping the wounded Israeli soldier.
However, she was in agony and in danger of bleeding to death and the walls of her uterus were so thin the surgeon could pierce it with his finger.
Emma was found bleeding to death at the Solihull home of Ashley Watson, who had been seeing both women at the same time.
Only surgery could have stopped him from bleeding to death in the field.
She fled the scene barefoot after stabbing the maintenance worker, leaving him bleeding to death on the floor, Manchester Crown Court heard.
Summary: The unknown people who videotaped the shocking images of an Iranian woman bleeding to death in a Tehran street and posted it on the Web were awarded a prestigious U.
As he lay bleeding to death, Shakilus, from Deptford, south east London, called out for his mother and cried: "I don't want to die.
As he lay bleeding to death Shakilus called out for his mother and cried: "I don't want to die.