red-blooded

[red-bluhd-id]
adjective
vigorous; virile.

Origin:
1795–1805

red-bloodedness, noun


robust, sturdy, lusty, hearty.
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red-blooded
 
adj
informal vigorous; virile
 
red-'bloodedness
 
n

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He is feisty and anti-Establishment, but his patriotism makes that posture seem safe and red-blooded.
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