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blood brother

A boy or man who has sworn loyalty to another despite not being biologically related. When Jake and Tim entered the battlefield, they became blood brothers, vowing to protect each other from harm's way.
See also: blood, brother

blood

verb

blood

1. n. catsup. Somebody pass the blood.
2. Go to blood (brother).
3. n. a black buddy or fellow gang member. (Streets. Also a term of address.) My bloods aren’t going to like this.

blood (brother)

n. a fellow black male. (see also blood.) One of the bloods came up to say hello.
See also: blood, brother
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Here the various alliances that went into the creation of the African Blood Brotherhood are significantly articulated.
Dreaming in waking blood brotherhood of those tried to live paradise
Bound together by a blood brotherhood of fierce loyalty, they redeemed themselves in the only way they knew how, by facing the Turkish hordes and refusing to buckle even under the fiercest of challenges.
Eventually the son's horse falls, but Kamal spares his life and they pledge undying friendship across the cultural divide - more than friendship, blood brotherhood.
This perverted patriotism is almost the only thing which joins him in blood brotherhood with skinheads, football hooligans and those who believe the EU is run by Hitler's heirs from Berlin's bunkers.
This means something like blood brotherhood to the lonely Guy, and he's soon insinuating himself into every aspect of his new friend's life.
Without civilization's word machine thundering in my head, my whole being felt a sense of brotherhood--if you will--an unacknowledged bloodless blood brotherhood.