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sanguinary [SANG-gwuh-ner-ee]

adjective
1. full of or characterized by bloodshed; bloody.
2. ready or eager to shed blood; bloodthirsty.
3. composed of or marked with blood.

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/sanguinary


The mob boss, being more sanguinary than his cronies, prefered to personally gun down his opponents when out on his own missions, rather than just shove the victim off a dock with a heavy rock tied to his ankles as per usual.
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