1. destitute of blood or apparently so;
2. free from blood or bloodshed;
3. without vigor or zest or energy;
4. devoid of human emotion or feeling;
5. ash-colored or anemic looking from illness or emotion;
He has bloodless cheeks.
She was still adamant; her face was flushed, but her lips were bloodless.
In 1870 bloodless revolution in France, after the overthrow of napoleon iii Hugo return to Paris.
In 1986, a bloodless overthrow brought an army officer to power.
The engagement was, as usual, almost bloodless.
Look to dim horizons, bloodless ones in which you are spirit without form.
A bloodless 1932 coup ended absolute rule and nudged the Thai monarchy towards the margins.
Bloodless internal surgery is possible.
By surrounding the city our troops achieved a bloodless victory.
It was very neat, and practically bloodless.
But the coup turned out to be bloodless.
General Musharraf took power in a bloodless 1999 coup and was later elected president by referendum.
A bloodless revolution in the distribution of wealth is taking place in the U . K.
The campaign would be short and relatively bloodless.
This was a prologue to today's bloodless revolution.
Reports from the area indicate that it was a bloodless coup.
There is relatively little information about bloodless, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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