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Guilt resulting from murder or bloodshed.
- ‘Though I have slain many on this day, it is for your life that I will claim bloodguilt.’
- ‘Society did not believe in a bloodguilt for women.’
- ‘It wasn't required for one to completely seclude themselves when they took bloodguilt, they only needed to make it evident wherever they went.’
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