with bloody hand

with bloody hand

Clearly guilty (as if one has been found with evidence of a crime or misdeed). The squire was found with bloody hand, sir— how do you want to punish him?
See also: bloody, hand
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"Why then do the Big-knives tell their red brethren to bury the tomahawk," he said, "when their own young men never forget that they are braves, and meet each other so often with bloody hands?"
Seeing them with bloody hand prints and people generally messing around is too much.
'I fought with bloody hands, I fought with numerous fractures, and sometimes my brain tells me to stop and tells me I've done enough but never in my life have I ever quit.'
ITV has broadcast images of a man with bloody hands holding a knife and what appears to be a meat cleaver at the scene of a suspected terrorist attack in Woolwich, south London.
China: Chinese dissident author Liao Yiwu on Sunday tore into the leadership in Beijing, describing his homeland as an "inhuman empire with bloody hands" as he scooped a prestigious German book prize.
The movie will focus on Palestinian suffering in the Gaza Strip and, as the scriptwriter says, "depict Israel as it is -- with bloody hands, merciless...
With bloody hands, he has to make sure the electrolytes are in supply to keep his muscles from cramping up.