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blood·less

(blŭd'les),
Without blood.

bloodless

1 any organ or body part that lacks blood or appears to lack blood.
2 a surgical field in which the normal local blood supply has been shunted to other areas.

bloodless

(blŏd′lĕs)
1. Without blood.
2. Without the loss of blood, e.g., bloodless surgery.
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The result is often a measured, highly adequate bloodlessness.
56) Despite Luther's concern expressed earlier for "the great danger for German business and trade in their state of bloodlessness," Luther acceded to New York's demand that the Reichsbank cease discounting commercial paper.
In his challenging work Real Presences, George Steiner evokes the intensity of kabbalistic reading of texts in order to contrast it tellingly to the bloodlessness of much of modern criticism.
The color white is similarly redeemed from an association with bloodlessness and death to the softness of magnolia petals and moonlight.
As he might say himelf, despite his legal background his writing style is not plagued by the bloodlessness of legal language.