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51 examples of bloodgood in sentences

"The Frenchman, a rather sporty young fellow named Bloodgood, a small, bespectacled man, well fitted with the name of Slush, and an Englishman by the name of Hazleton.

"I haven't seen much of this young fellow Bloodgood, but he strikes me as a mystery.

"My name's Bloodgood," he said"Raymond Bloodgood.

"My name's Bloodgood," he said"Raymond Bloodgood.

For a moment there was an awkward pause, and then Bloodgood went on: "I was up pretty late last night, you know.

"Do you think we are a lot of boozers?" Bloodgood turned on Jack, lifting his eyebrows.

" "How do you know it, Mr. Bloodgood?"

"If I could, I wouldn't take the trouble, Mr. Bloodgood.

Mr. Bloodgood, you speak as if it were a disgrace to belong to the Y.M.C.A.

Those who sneer at it should be ashamed of themselves, but, as a rule, they are too bigoted, prejudiced, or narrow-minded to recognize the fact that some of the most manly young men to be found belong to the Y.M.C.A." Bloodgood laughed.

"One last word to you, Mr. Bloodgood," he spoke.

" Bloodgood stepped out, turned round, laughed, and then walked away.

WHO IS BLOODGOOD?

Rattleton was ashamed of the language he had used after the departure of Bloodgood, and he did not attempt to excuse himself further.

"I'd give ten dollars for the privilege of helping Mr. Bloodgood out with my foot!"

"And we just told Bloodgood we did not drink.

Something tells me that for all of his swagger Bloodgood is a fellow who would scorn to wear paste diamonds.

"Bruce cooked M. Montfort, and I reckon he'd have less trouble to cook Mr. Bloodgood.

" "Yes." "Mr. Bloodgood.

II thought it might be you could give mesome informationabout Mr. Bloodgood.

He was not very effective in his explanation, and seemed himself rather uncertain concerning his real reason for wishing to make inquiries concerning Bloodgood.

"Well, you have come to the wrong parties to get information about Mr. Bloodgood," said Frank.

Ahdid Mr. Bloodgood inviteerany of you to come into theahgame?

What difference does it make to him who Bloodgood is?"

" Bloodgood and Slush proved good food for conversation, but the boys tired of that after a while.

" "The Frenchman, the Englishman, the superstitious man, and our fresh friend, Bloodgood.

They are bleeding Bloodgood and Slush.

Bloodgood thinks he's pretty sharp, and I have not much sympathy for him; but I am sorry for poor little Slush.

So were the Frenchman, the Englishman, and Bloodgood.

At a glance, Merry saw that Bloodgood was "shakey."

A few minutes after entering the room Frank heard one of the spectators whisper to another that Bloodgood was "bulling the game," and had lost heavily.

Bloodgood was drinking deeply.

Bloodgood was hot and excited.

Bloodgood lost all his chips.

Bloodgood glared at the little man in astonishment.

Bloodgood almost shouted.

Luck continued to run against Bloodgood.

On his own deal or that of Bloodgood, he seemed ready for anything.

Bloodgood sat next.

Bloodgood looked at his hand and cursed under his breath.

For the next few minutes, Montfort and Hazleton had a merry time raising, but neither Slush nor Bloodgood threw up.

Bloodgood had tumbled to the fact that he was "up against" threes, and he had discarded his pair of low cards, holding only the two aces.

Bloodgood turned pale and then flushed.

Bloodgood, Montfort and Slush remained, raising steadily.

Bloodgood's chips were used up.

"I haven't any money," protested Bloodgood.

"It's robbery!" cried Bloodgood.

I have the equivalent!" shouted Bloodgood.

"That is worth ten thousand dollars!" declared Bloodgood, "and I'll bet as long as it lasts!" Mr. Slush held out his hand.

He thrust the case into his pocket, rose quickly, stepped past Montfort and clapped a hand on Bloodgood's shoulder.

" Bloodgood uttered a fierce curse, "Who in the fiend's name are you?"