bloodless

[bluhd-lis]
adjective
1.
without blood: bloodless surgery.
2.
very pale: a bloodless face.
3.
free from bloodshed; accomplished without bloodshed: a bloodless victory; a bloodless coup.
4.
spiritless; without vigor, zest, or energy: a dull, insipid, bloodless young man.
5.
without emotion or feeling; cold-hearted: bloodless data.

Origin:
1175–1225; Middle English blodles, Old English blōdlēas. See blood, -less

bloodlessly, adverb
bloodlessness, noun
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bloodless (ˈblʌdlɪs)
 
adj
1.  without blood
2.  conducted without violence (esp in the phrase bloodless revolution)
3.  anaemic-looking; pale
4.  lacking vitality; lifeless
5.  lacking in emotion; cold; unfeeling
 
'bloodlessly
 
adv
 
'bloodlessness
 
n

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Example sentences
Inside each, pale, bloodless sheep faces cook until they're bronze brown and
  ready to be served.
The animal feasting is, though bloodless, still accompanied by appropriate
  sound effects.
But even its sleek, polygonal, bloodless virtuality is a terrifying thing to
  witness and to comprehend.
Usually the procedure is relatively bloodless because the lower uterus has
  fewer blood vessels than the upper portion.
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