What was done for the blood-money must be thoroughly undone.'
Raban, who begged for blood-money, was counting the copper coins which he had received.
Overtures for “blood-money” were interrupted by an offended chief denouncing the exploring party.
If a citizen be killed, there is a subscription for blood-money.
They could not sustain themselves a moment but for the loans made to them by these blood-money loan-mongers.
Can you not see that, in one sense, in a sort of way, it is almost like blood-money?
What's your percentage of the blood-money, Mr. Harrington Surtaine?
The term “blood-money,” however, should be accepted in a qualified sense.
The insult of the father had released him from the blood-money for the son.
Are you going to take the blood-money, knowing what it means?