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Meaning of BLOOD

Pronunciation:  blud

Matching Terms:  blood agar, blood bank, blood berry, blood blister, blood brain barrier, blood brother, blood brotherhood, blood cell, blood clam, blood clot, blood clotting, blood clotting factor, blood coagulation, blood corpuscle, blood count, blood culture, blood cultures, blood cup, blood cyst, blood disease, blood disorder, blood donor, blood dyscrasia, blood extravasation, blood feud, blood flower, blood fluke, blood gases, blood glucose, blood glucose meter, blood glucose meter or monitor, blood glucose monitoring, blood group, blood heat, blood kinship, blood knot, blood lily, blood line, blood meal, blood money, blood plasma, blood platelet, blood poisoning, blood pressure, blood pressure cuff, blood profile, blood pudding, blood relation, blood relative, blood sausage, blood serum, blood smear, blood spavin, blood sugar, blood sugar (blood glucose), blood test, blood testis barrier, blood transfusion, blood type, blood typing, blood urea nitrogen, blood vessel, blood-and-guts, bloodbath, bloodberry, bloodbird, blood-boltered, blood-brain barrier, bloodcurdling, blooded, blood-filled, bloodflower, bloodguilt, bloodguilty, bloodhound, bloodied, bloodily, bloodiness, bloodleaf, bloodless, bloodless revolution, bloodlessly, bloodlet, bloodletter, bloodletting, bloodline, bloodlust, bloodmobile, blood-red, blood-related, bloodroot, blood-sampling devices, bloodshed, bloodshedder, bloodshedding, bloodshot, blood-shotten, bloodsport, bloodstain, bloodstained, bloodstick, bloodstock, bloodstone, bloodstream, bloodstroke, bloodsucker, bloodsucking, bloodthirstiness, bloodthirsty, blood-twig, bloodulf, bloodwite, bloodwood, bloodwood tree, bloodworm, bloodwort, bloodwort family, bloody, bloody flux, bloody hand, bloody mary, bloody shame, bloody sweat, bloody(a), bloodybones, bloody-minded, bloom, bloom of youth, bloomary, bloomer, bloomeria, bloomeria crocea, bloomers, bloomery, bloomfield, blooming, blooming-fool begonia, bloomingly, bloomingness, bloomington, bloomless, bloomsbury, bloomsbury group, bloomy, blooper, blooth

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 Definition: The blood is the fluid in the body that contains red and white cells as well as platelets, proteins, plasma and other elements. It is transported throughout the body by the circulatory system.
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