spill blood

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spill blood

To kill someone violently. A noun, pronoun, or adjective can be used between "spill" and "blood." The soldier was arrested and court-martialed for spilling blood in the village near the military encampment. I will not rest until I find the lunatic who spilled these people's blood.
See also: blood, spill

spill (somebody’s) ˈblood

(formal or literary) kill or wound people: Nothing can justify spilling innocent blood.
See also: blood, spill
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I would like to say it again: We will spill your blood, and we will shower in it
Lord Kinnock said: "I have always thought that there should be a British equivalent of the Purple Heart because to spill your blood or to risk the psychological damage that can come from warfare in defence of your country and it's values deserves the respect of the community.