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blood-and-thunder

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishblood-and-thunderˌblood-and-ˈthunder adjective [only before noun]  British EnglishVIOLENT full of exciting and violent action or emotion
Examples from the Corpus
blood-and-thunderThose who thirst for blood-and-thunder politics will support Woolton.Though he still likes the animal and slapstick comics, he is branching out into the blood-and-thunder type.
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