- sang used 11 times.
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- Included in Hitchcocks: No
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SANG, preterit tense of sing.
SANG FROID, noun
1. Coolness; freedom from agitation or excitement of mind.
SAN'GIAC, noun A Turkish governor of a province.
SANGUIF'EROUS, adjective [Latin sanguifer; sanguis, blood, and fero, to carry.]
Conveying blood. The sanguiferous vessels are the arteries and veins.
SANGUIFICA'TION, noun [Latin sanguis, blood, and facio, to make.]
In the animal economy, the production of blood; the conversion of chyle into blood.
SAN'GUIFIER, noun A producer of blood.
SANGUIF'LUOUS, adjective [Latin sanguis, blood, and fluo, to flow.] Floating or running with blood.
SAN'GUIFY, verb intransitive To produce blood.
SAN'GUIFYING, participle present tense Producing blood.
SAN'GUIN, adjective [Latin sanguineus, from sanguis, blood.]
1. Red; having the color of blood; as a sanguine color or countenance.
2. Abounding with blood; plethoric; as a sanguine habit of body.
3. Warm; ardent; as a sanguine temper.
4. Confident. He is sanguine in his expectations of success.
SAN'GUINE, noun Blood color. [Not in use.]
SAN'GUINE, verb transitive
1. To stain with blood. [But ensanguine is generally used.]
2. To stain or varnish with a blood color.
SAN'GUINARY, adjective [Latin sanguinarius, from sanguis, blood.]
1. Bloody; attended with much bloodshed; murderous; as a sanguinary war, contest or battle.
2. Blood thirsty; cruel; eager to shed blood.
Passion - makes us brutal and sanguinary
SAN'GUINARY, noun A plant.
SAN'GUINELESS, adjective Destitute of blood; pale. [A bad word and little used.]
SAN'GUINELY, adverb Ardently; with confidence of success.
1. Redness; color of blood in the skin; as sanguineness of countenance.
2. Fullness of blood; plethory; as sanguineness of habit.
3. Ardor; heat of temper; confidence.
SANGUIN'EOUS, adjective [Latin sanguineus.]
1. Abounding with blood; plethoric.
2. Constituting blood.
SANGUIN'ITY, for sanguineness, is not in use.
SAN'GUISUGE, noun [Latin sanguisuga; sanguis, blood, and sugo, to suck.]
The blood-sucker; a leech, or horse leech.