Your storyline is ramping up—you had a nosebleed caused by all of the flashbacks and flash-forwards.
One gal chuckled to me about the nosebleed this shot of estrogen would give even some Grumpy Old Men in her own party.
Even in the nosebleed seats, the Globes are still entertaining as hell.
One man was having an epileptic seizure; one had a nosebleed; one had full-blown African Malaria; one had the flu.
An African man with a nosebleed removed from a mall in Brussels.
Eldra was using a corner of her smock to stanch a nosebleed, and Olva had a bruise over one eye.
If you have a nosebleed, seize the nose with two straws shaped like a cross.
By this time Ambrosch had come to his senses and was sputtering with nosebleed.
"It's a plumb nuisance to have the nosebleed so much," he added plaintively.
Already there were two bad cases of black eye, and one of nosebleed, in the hospital.
nosebleed nose·bleed (nōz'blēd')
A nasal hemorrhage; bleeding from the nose.
Putative nasal bleeding caused by high altitudes: $50. This is the dreaded 400 section of Madison Square Garden. Short of flying on the Concorde, a seat here offers one of the most glamorous nosebleeds available anywhere (mid-1980s+ Sports)