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blood·shot

(blŭd'shot),
Denoting locally congested smaller blood vessels of a part (for example, the conjunctiva) that are dilated and visible.
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bloodshot

(blŭd′shŏt′)
adj.
Red and inflamed as a result of locally congested blood vessels: bloodshot eyes.
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bloodshot

adjective Red and inflamed; infused with blood, or having turgid blood vessels; especially, inflamed or irritated conjunctivae.
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bloodshot

Vox populi adjective Red and inflamed; infused with blood, or having turgid blood vessels; especially, inflamed or irritated conjunctivae
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blood·shot

(blŭd'shot)
Denoting locally congested smaller blood vessels of a part (e.g., the conjunctiva) that are dilated and visible.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012