Definition of bloodlessly in English:

bloodlessly

adverb

  • See bloodless

    • ‘His key allies are now in place in the new Commons and the bloodlessly reshuffled government.’
    • ‘The dynasty ended bloodlessly in 751, when Charlemagne's father Pippin appealed to Rome, asking, in effect, who should wear the crown: he who was the puppet or he who truly ruled?’
    • ‘Thanks both to fate and the stamina of the Estonian people, the occupation was terminated and independence was re-established virtually bloodlessly.’
    • ‘‘Things seem to be going as planned, however, not as bloodlessly as I would have liked, ’.’
    • ‘The crushing of the Commune ended the dominance of French politics by the threat of Parisian uprisings that had begun in 1789, although the practice was revived, bloodlessly, in 1968.’

Pronunciation

bloodlessly

/ˈblʌdləsli/