bloodstained

[bluhd-steynd]
adjective
1.
stained with blood: a bloodstained knife.
2.
guilty of murder, slaughter, or bloodshed.

Origin:
1590–1600; blood + stained; see stain, -ed2

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bloodstained (ˈblʌdˌsteɪnd)
 
adj
stained by or covered in blood

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Example sentences
Seal bloodstained items in a plastic bag for disposal or laundering.
The items included his bloodstained clothing and evidence that the clothing had
  been washed.
Bullet-torn and bloodstained, they must be preserved for future generations as
  symbols of valor and dedicated service.
The droppings which may start out as pasty and yellow, may become bloodstained
  due to intestinal ulceration.
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