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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.
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spill (somebody’s) ˈblood

(formal or literary) kill or wound people: Nothing can justify spilling innocent blood.
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He described them as "criminal elements who don't represent our moderate religion" and who "spilled blood on the first day of Ramadan".
"I took revenge against those who spilled blood," Bobokulova told someone asking her questions off camera.
"I took revenge against those who spilled blood," Bobokulova said in a video circulated online, responding to someone off camera.
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ISIL's declaration of caliphate clearly shows why the group has recently spilled blood and killed people, said Anbar Scholars Council spokesman Sheikh Abdul Hamid al-Alwani.
Thomas' incredulity melts away when he touches Jesus and acclaims him, "my Lord and my God!" Today, unless we witness firsthand the death, destruction, and injury being wrought; unless the hunger, spilled blood, and grief is ours, we all too often dicker over its severity, even its reality.
The minister reiterated that his government would not hold dialogue with "those who carried the arms against Syria or spilled blood for these are not party for any political discussion." (end) tk.rk KUNA 201834 Oct 13NNNN
He said the thief may have spilled blood when he broke the glass.
We must keep in mind that objectors to the release of prisoners who spilled blood ignore a fact that apparently has no significance for them, adopting a self-righteous attitude and completely disregarding reality.
ANDY MURRAY spilled blood and sweat - but unlike so many British tennis players, there were no tears as he roared to the first grass-court final of his career.