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Resembling or containing blood.
- ‘So any two sanguineous groups must have some difference in their blood, if their blood is part of their essence.’
- ‘In the following 3 h, the drainage of sanguineous effusion persisted up to the total amount of 1,200 mL, systolic BP declined again, and transfusion of two units of blood was necessary.’
- ‘The tumor, weighing 3600 g, was mostly cystic, and filled with sanguineous fluid and coagulation.’
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