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hemorrhage
used in For Whom the Bell Tolls

3 uses
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Definition
severe bleeding — typically inside the body

or:

figurative use  to describe any rapid loss
  • It was as good a thing for his spirit as a saline injection is for a man who has suffered a great hemorrhage.
    Chapter 29 (23% in)
hemorrhage = loss of blood
  • It hurts much and there is much hemorrhage inside.
    Chapter 43 (25% in)
  • What I think is you've got an internal hemorrhage there from where that thigh bone's cut around inside.
    Chapter 43 (97% in)

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