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used in A Farewell to Arms

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bleed excessively (verb and noun)
  • He said there was so much dirt blown into the wound that there had not been much hemorrhage.
    Book One (72% in)
hemorrhage = excessive bleeding
  • The man on the stretcher over me has a hemorrhage.
    Book One (78% in)
  • Mrs. Henry has had a hemorrhage.
    Book Five (94% in)
  • It seems she had one hemorrhage after another.
    Book Five (98% in)

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