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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishred-bloodedˌred-ˈblooded adjective   red-blooded male/Englishman/American etc
Examples from the Corpus
red-bloodedRory's true feelings about the matter were complex but red-blooded.Neil Kinnock is a red-blooded, hard-drinking, fist-swinging family-man.How could any red-blooded male ignore the message the actress was sending so blatantly? she wondered despairingly.Wish I'd met her ten, twenty years ago when I could still pass as a red-blooded male.The cliche is never more true than in the black and white morality of the technicolour red-blooded Western movie.
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